I never expected to be the chaperone crying on a third grade field trip, but there I was
I discovered the Virgin Suicides as an assigned reading text in college.
The Pulitzer Prize committee and I don’t always agree on what the best book of the year is
I read The Hours to prepare myself in case there was like…a quiz or something on the first day of class
Will I ever stop raving about the new adaption of Little Women? No.
Each Friday, come back here for a look at one book to film adaptation
Kazuo Ishiguro won the 2017 Nobel Prize in Literature and I screamed because I was so excited.
If you like big books and you cannot lie, you’re going to love Donna Tartt.
The Pulitzer Prize winning novel The Goldfinch is coming to a big screen near you in October 2019, and the cast is sure to pique your interest
Gayle Forman is known for her novels that will leave you crying, and if you’re looking for a book that will really make you feel something, she’s your girl.
I don’t normally consider myself a movie watcher, but over this Christmas break,, I watched a metric heck ton of movies. Unsurprisingly, a huge chunk of these movies were related to books
After seeing Wonder in theaters with my third grade sister’s class, I felt compelled to read the book, and I’m glad I did. The movie, directed by Stephen Chbosky, author of The Perks of Being a Wallflower, was a pretty good adaptation of the book and the casting was amazing, but I enjoyed the book just as much