In Which I Talk Books

It looks like I won’t be at my desk/computer/internets today since at my work we are travelling to help another program that’s been flooded out.

So, I made this video but Pam rocks and attached the beginning to it. It’s for Interrobang YA and about books that do not glitter but are gold inside.


About April (Books&Wine)

April is in her 30s and created Good Books And Good Wine. She works for a non-profit. April always has a book on hand. In her free time she can be found binge watching The Office with her husband and toddler, spending way too much time on Pinterest or exploring her neighborhood.


  1. April, you are HYSTERICAL!! Even a little drunkity you still manage to say such awesome things about the books you love!

  2. This video is fucking hysterical. I love it. And I love you, and your blog and this video bahaha
    And all of the books that you picked are awesome.

  3. LOVE this video! *lol*

    I have “This Lullaby” waiting to be read on my shelf right now… hopefully soon!

    To Kill a Mockingbird is my absolute favorite book EVER. I read it back in high school, and I have been in LOVE ever since!

    I would have to say my “go-to” older reads would be To Kill a Mockingbird, The Stand by Stephen King (not YA, but I read it when I was 16, so I count it *lol* ) and the “Echo Company” books by Zach Emerson/Ellen Emerson White (odd, I know — but I read them when I was pregnant and somehow just connected…)

  4. You are scary õ_o

  5. Well, I guess it’s not called Good Books and Good Wine for nothing. You’re adorable and hysterical when you’re tipsy. Definitely enthusiastic.
    Love your devotion to blogging, even when you’re drunk. Good luck with the hangover ><

  6. Oh my goodness. The segment about the Daughter of the Forest WINS.

  7. Like I Capillya, I liked the segment about Daughter of the Forest. 😛 Doesn’t hurt that I LOVED that book and the whole Sevenwaters series. Juliet Marillier (don’t know how to pronounce her surname either) is amazing.


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