Dana Rosette Pangan

Dana Rosette Pangan is a supervisor by day and a fangirl all the time. She holds a degree in Laboratory Technology but finds that she has more chemistry with language and writing. When she's not making embarrassingly lame puns, she can be found avoiding social situations and searching for something that can hold her attention for more than 30 minutes. She is from the Philippines and is probably doing something weird right now.

Why I Don’t Want A Movie Adaptation Of My Favorite Book

When you love a book so much you can't bear the thought of it being trodden on by film treatment.

6 Creepy Stories By WOC You Can Read Right Now

6 wickedly chilling WOC-authored fiction titles. You will want to add these to the TBR (but keep a nightlight nearby).

Why You Should Buy A Book Right Now

Well, it’s not going to buy itself, is it?

How I Choose What To Read Next

Do you have a specific method for picking what book you'll read next?

What I Want From A Murder Mystery

A mystery fan has a few requests of her favorite genre.

Mildly Annoying Things that Happen to Readers

The ghosts of your ancestors reading over your shoulder just when you get to a steamy scene.

Why I Want Happy Endings

"You can’t make me cheer for the hero for 600 pages only to kill them off in the last scene. If I wanted that kind of story, I would just read the news."

7 Reasons Why You Should Date a Reader

Lessons We Can Learn From Literary Best Friends

Best friends are that way for a reason.

The 59-Book Fandom Reading Challenge

A 2017 reading challenge built around fandoms!

Romance Trope Subversion Requests

Instead of stalking-as-love, how about a heroine who dumps the creep?

Audiobooks Don’t Work for Me: A Confession

Why one reader can't get into audiobooks, no matter how often she tries.

The Most Memorable Princess Bride Quotes From The Book

Hilarious, moving, and weird quotes from The Princess Bride

Dear Stephen King

A love letter to Stephen King('s fiction).

4 Things Crime and Mystery Readers Understand

Love mystery and crime fiction? You can probably relate to these things.