Shrinking Violet

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Simon and Schuster, May 5, 2009 - Juvenile Fiction - 304 pages
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High school senior Teresa Adams is so painfully shy that she dreads speaking to anyone in the hallways or getting called on in class. But in the privacy of her bedroom with her iPod in hand, she rocks out -- doing mock broadcasts for Miami's hottest FM radio station, which happens to be owned by her stepfather. When a slot opens up at The SLAM, Tere surprises herself by blossoming behind the mike into confident, sexy Sweet T -- and to everyone's shock, she's a hit! Even Gavin, the only guy in school who she dares to talk to, raves about the mysterious DJ's awesome taste in music. But when The SLAM announces a songwriting contest -- and a prom date with Sweet T is the grand prize -- Sweet T's dream could turn into Tere's worst nightmare....

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User Review  - SaschaD - LibraryThing

Perhaps an entirely predictable book, but enjoyable nonetheless, further increasing my music knowledge. Well-written, for the most part, a kind of bitchy-angsty heroine. What would have made it better? If the heroine had a sense of humor and could see everything a bit lighter. Read full review

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User Review  - allureofbooks - LibraryThing

This was a quick, fun coming-of-age story. I got through it very quickly and enjoyed it. I wouldn't say there is anything original or special about it. Actually, I would probably call it just another ... Read full review

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About the author (2009)

Danielle Joseph was a college DJ for five years on the Gyroscope, a world music show. She also interned at several top Boston radio stations while earning her BFA in Creative Writing and an MA in Marketing Communications and Advertising from Emerson College. She has taught Creative Writing and English to Middle school students. Originally from Cape Town, South Africa, Danielle now lives in Miami, Florida with her husband and two young sons. These days you can find her cruising around with the tunes blaring and her internal DJ hard at work.