Danyelle Hunnicutt is a college student with a passion for books and the adventures they contain. If she’s not curled up with a book she can be found walking her dogs, playing video games, or feeding her nerdy side. She also enjoys writing for her blog (danyelle0423.wordpress.com).
She hopes to become a nurse and dedicate herself to helping others as well as write a good story or two along the way.
She lives in the scorching Nevada desert with her parents, younger sister, and their two energetic dogs.
SOTP: Why did you start reviewing?
Danyelle: I began reviewing books because I was the only one in my home that enjoyed reading, let alone discussing what I read, so I used my reviews as an outlet to avoid driving my sister crazy from book talk. The first book I remember reviewing is actually A Woman Called Sage by Diann Mills.
SOTP: Have your tastes changed since you started reviewing?
Danyelle: My taste in books has morphed from pure historical romance to a very wide array of topics but my favorite seems to be fantasy novels. For now at least.
SOTP: What book has surprised you the most in your reviewing (Perhaps something you wouldn’t normally have picked up, outside of your comfort genre, etc.)
Danyelle: I think the book that has surprised me the most is Caleb-Seven by James Andrew Wilson. Self-published authors are always a gamble and so I normally avoid them, but this book was one of the best fantasies I’ve read and I was completely taken aback by how much I enjoyed it.
SOTP: What is the first book you remember reading? (It still counts if someone else read it to you if you were too young to read!)
Danyelle: The first memories I have of reading involve Stella Luna, Dr. Seuss and Shel Silverstein, but the first one has to be The Very Hungry Caterpillar. It was either before I could for myself or just when I starting to be able to and I know that that book was the catalyst that started my love of books.
SOTP: If you’re stuck at home on a sick day, what comfort book can you count on to always cheer you up?
Danyelle: When I’m sick at home I can always count on a romance, particularly a historical, to cheer me up. Any book that is full of hope and love makes any cold bearable.
SOTP: If you could only read one book for the rest of your life (I know, the horror!), which book do you think you could read a hundred times without getting bored of it?
Danyelle: The Bible. I could spend the rest of my life reading that book because no matter how many times I read it I still discover new things about it or get a new perspective that allows me to view a situation differently. It’s so multifaceted and each book has applications in my walk as a Christian.