My reading has been severely lacking this year. Then the best advice came my way.Read More
Back in 2011 I read “the Perks of Being a Wallflower” for the first time and it was everything I loved about coming of age novels, and an instant favorite. Now it is 2018 and I reread the book and watched the film adaptation again. These are my thoughts after revisiting one of my favorite books!Read More
This book was kindly provided to me digitally by the author in exchange for an honest review!
Tied In by Anthony Tucker is the story of Little Tuckie, a boy who discovers a colorful piece of cloth and begins to have marvelous adventures with it. But it turns out that it is actually a tie that belongs to his father.Read More
What are some great books to read during the summer? Danielle has you covered with her favorite summer books!Read More
On the podcast I co-host with my good friend, Brittany, we spent the first Season discussing Lost in a Book by Jennifer Donnelly. While the book was abysmal, the ideas it presented have been used in several other works of fiction. Lost in a Book doesn't do much justice to any of these ideas. This video features my recommendations of books that DO utilize these things with a lot of creativity and beautiful prose.Read More
This book was provided to me by the author via a PDF file in exchange for an honest review through Booktasters.
Listening In and Other Stories is a set of short stories that center around dark themes and features intimate character exploration. Each story is very raw and heartbreaking. The book is written in a very literary style yet also takes on it's own identity. As I read, I was reminded of another short story author, Kristen Arnett.
Danielle went to a thrift store and came home with lots of books. Come and watch the video, stay for the cute moments with her kitty cat!Read More
Danielle reviews "From Pastor to Psych Ward" by Steve Austin.Read More
It is now that time of the month...time to reflect on the books I read last month!Read More
Danielle reviews "A Rocky Start" by Anthony Tucker.Read More
How do you talk about your bookish goals of 2018? You make a dramatic comedy sketch and a customized B-I-N-G-O card. You are welcome.Read More
I go over the top 5 books I read in 2017!Read More