Spell Checkers volume 1: Found this graphic novel at work and I was interested. It turned out to be not how I pictured it from the back cover and I don’t think I’ll continue with it.

Not a Star: This Nick Hornby story was amazing; I read it for the first time awhile ago and since then I’ve read it a couple of more times. In just a few pages Hornby created a world that I could experience and call believable.

God Bless You, Dr. Kevorkian: I was already a Vonnegut fan, but I thought this collection of works was fun and the concept was different. Found it at work while shelving and I’m glad I decided to take it home.

Mini-Reviews

When I got the notification in my inbox that my answers had been featured in this edition of  “If You Ask Me…”, I was ecstatic for many reasons: 1) I answered those questions a long time ago! 2) I’d forgotten I’d submitted something to TeenReads.com! 3) YEY BEING FEATURED! (If only I was given an opportunity to link their readers to my blog, but that would have been pushing it.)

Here is the entry I’m talking about. Oh, and I’m Danielle. Hi.

I’m on the Teenreads.com Blog!

I was lucky enough to e-meet Emma McLaughlin on Twitter and received two copies of The Nanny Diaries from her! So exciting! Anyway, I visited my mother’s work today to watch her catalog the book and stick it on the shelf! We tried so many different spots in the library until we finally settled on putting it right next to My Booky Wook by Russell Brand!

The library has been rearranged quite a lot, especially the Young Adult section! There’s a game lounge there now with XBox 360, PS3, and Wii! (My partner played Mass Effect while I was taking all these pictures, ha ha.)

Anyway, I’ve posted the pictures to flickr, please take a look. 🙂

Bringing The Nanny Diaries to McChord AFB Library! (Library Spotlight)