Reading Between the Lines is a blog created for readers by readers. From book reviews to author features to publishing news to random fun facts, RBtL is committed to helping readers and non-readers alike to find books they enjoy and topics they're interested in, hopefully causing a little friendly debate in the process.
RBtL aims to be a real community, a place where book lovers can go to learn, comment, and interact with fellow readers all around the world. We are also dedicated is a to getting as many voices as possible to chime in on RBtL, recruiting guest bloggers whenever and wherever available.
About the site creator:
Born and raised in rural New Jersey, Danielle Poiesz is more than just a bibliophile. While a large chunk of her life has certainly been spent reading or writing, she also has a penchant for billiards and travel, a deep-rooted love of music and film, an obsession with dessert (she even has a cat named Cupcake), and mean skills in the kitchen (mushroom risotto is her specialty).
Since graduating from Boston University, Danielle has run the publishing gamut: sales and editorial, to business development, digital/online, and self-publishing, to strategic innovations and tech; from Macmillan to Simon & Schuster to Penguin to freelance editorial work. One thing has always stayed the same, though: her love of the written word.
She also has never changed who she is for anyone or any job. Honest, hardworking, compassionate, and slightly silly, Danielle prides herself on maintaining a professional persona that is true to who she is deep down.
Find her on Twitter at @daniellepoiesz.
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