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 Poiesz 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 work. One thing has always stayed the same, though: her love of books. Danielle’s passion for helping writers grow, and helping readers find the books that touch them or even change their lives, has always been the driving force of her career. Now, as an Entangled Publishing editorial director (she works on their Edge and Select lines), as well as owner and editorial guru at Double Vision Editorial, she is even more poised to help fill the world with eye-opening, meaningful, and, of course, entertaining literature.
Find her on Twitter at @daniellepoiesz.
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