Upcoming Book Tour Dates

Meet Danielle in person and get an autographed book!

September 8th –New York, NY—7:00 PM

Barnes & Noble
Talk & Booksigning
150 East 86th St.
New York, NY

September 9th—Ridgewood, NJ—6:00 PM

Talk & Booksigning
211 E. Ridgewood Ave
Ridgewood, NJ

September 10th—Huntington, NY—7:00 PM

Book Revue
Talk & Booksigning
313 New York Ave
Huntington, NY 11743

September 11th—West Chester, PA—6:30 PM

Chester County Book & Music Company
Talk & Booksigning
975 Paoli Pike
West Chester, PA 19380

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Entertainment Weekly: This Girl’s World

If there’s any question as to whether Disney Channel’s Boy Meets Worldspin-off — starring Rowan Blanchard as Riley, the tween daughter of Cory (Ben Savage) and Topanga (Danielle Fishel) — can recapture the magical zaniness that made its predecessor a cult classic, consider this: In just 21 episodes, the set — which includes the family’s New York City apartment — has hosted a horse, a paint fight, and an operatic performance by 6-year-old August Maturo, who plays little brother Auggie. Then there was the Cereal Incident. ”I fell asleep at the table into a bowl of Lucky Charms,” Savage says, describing a scene that left his face speckled with dried milk. ”I actually enjoy doing my own stunts, but ‘stunts,’ I use that loosely. I like physical comedy. I don’t know how good I’d be falling out of buildings or anything like that. But falling into a bowl I can do — and well.”

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Entertainment Weekly On ‘Girl Meets World,’ Ben Savage and Danielle Fishel meet parenting

Entertainment Weekly

May 27, 2014


On ‘Girl Meets World,’ Ben Savage and Danielle Fishel meet parenting

By: Sandra Gonzalez


It’s a rehearsal day on the Girl Meets World set. Ben Savage and Danielle Fishel have traded the polished working-adult garb they wear on taping days in favor of casual, loose-fitting T-shirts. They have gathered in Savage’s dressing room for their interview, and though they play the parents on Disney’s upcoming Boy Meets World spin-off, sitting side-by-side cross-legged on the floor, they look just as youthful as when viewers first watched them on the small screen in 1993.

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People Magazine: Cast of Disney’s ‘Girl Meets World’


People Magazine: Cast of Disney’s ‘Girl Meets World’

Set in New York City, Girl Meets World picks up more than 10 years after Boy Meets World left off. The former adolescent flames are now married and raising two children, 7th-grade daughter Riley (Rowan Blanchard) and son Auggie (August Maturo).

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As you may have heard, I got married on 10/19/13. It was a day we had planned for over year and while I expected it to be full of love, fun, and a day to remember, I could have never expected what that day actually turned out to be; truly mind-blowingly amazing. It’s so very rare to have that many people you love and appreciate in one room (weddings and funerals, sadly?) but when those moments of pure joy are experienced, they are overwhelming.

I cried more than I wanted to on my wedding day but not one of those tears was anything short of unadulterated happiness. Seeing everyone I love smiling at me as I walked down the aisle to the man I would be saying “I do” to in mere minutes will be a memory that will last with me forever. Dancing to John Legend’s “All Of Me” for our first dance made us feel like we were the only people in the room and I couldn’t contain my happy tears. Listening to the speeches our fathers made, both of which were so touching and heartfelt, made us relive almost every day of our nearly five years together and further reminded us why we are so good together. Hearing our best friends talk about our love and being there to celebrate with us as we danced to “Take Back Night” by Justin Timberlake and eating In N Out with us at midnight, slightly drunk and definitely tired, was a moment I will cherish forever.

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