I remember discovering Nicola Yoon from a Book of the Month club pick of The Sun Is Also a Star
As someone who read Twilight pretty early on, I of course wanted to see The Host when it came out,
Petition to make every Ian McEwan novel but with Saoirse Ronan as the star?
Phantom of the Opera is one of those musicals/films that people probably take in MULTIPLE times before they even know it’s a book
I feel like books and movies never started getting pushed back until I started getting excited for them
One of the best classes I took in college was a freshman seminar on Jane Austen.
I am pretty good at handling awkward situations, but I’ll admit that one of the weirdest moments of my life was surviving the Gone Girl oral scene in a movie theatre with my grandparents.
I feel like as a society we went through a good six year period where every time we turned around there was a new Nicholas Sparks movie coming out
Alright, so another “oh crap thanks corona” movie blog here.
While there are a million and one books adapted to movies, it seems, it is a little more rare to see them actually win Oscars
Another week of me talking about books I was forced to read in school that I ended up loving
I somehow missed the call to read Call of the Wild, and Hatchet, and all those books they used to get boys to love reading in elementary school