Hollywood isn’t just the source of some of your favorite films, but the inspiration behind some great books as well! So pop yourself some popcorn, get comfy, and dive into these cinematic reads.
Summer time is officially here and life is easy, especially when you’re sprawled out with a book in your hands and sand in your toes. “Beach read” is a term that is used a lot from May to September, and what this actually means might be different for everyone. For me, a beach read is… Read More »
Tags: beautiful ruins, Dorothea Benton Frank, Emma Straub, In This Moment, Jeanette Walls, Jess Walter, karma brown, Kevin Kwan, Next Year, Patti Callahan Henry, Rich People Problems, Same Beach, The Bookshop at Water’s End, The Glass Castle, The Vacationers
Any film buffs out there looking for a literary answer to the films they love? Here are seven very different movie-and-book pairings that complement each other, whether you saw the movie and want to read something like it or want to try both for the first time. Rear Window + The Watcher by Ross… Read More »
Tags: All Our Wrong Todays, beautiful ruins, David Nicholls, Elan Mastai, Jess Walter, Jonas Jonasson, Muriel Barbery, One Day, Ross Armstrong, The Elegance of the Hedgehog, The Hundred-Year-Old Man Who Climbed Out of the Window and Disappeared, The Watcher, There Anne Fowler, Z: A Novel Of Zelda Fitzgerald
The end of one year has us looking ahead to movies that will be coming out in the next. While there are so many great films that have been adapted from books, there are still so many books that we would love to see on screen. Here are ten books that would make amazing movies… Read More »
Tags: A Discovery of Witches, Americanah, beautiful ruins, Bernadette, Books, Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie, Colson Whitehead, Deborah Harkness, Don't You Cry, Eleanor & Park, Emily St. John Mendel, Jess Walter, maria semple, Mary Kubica, movies, Phaedra Patrick, rainbow rowell, reading, Ruth Ware, station eleven, The Curious Charms of Arthur Pepper, The Underground Railroad, The Woman in Cabin 10, Where’d You Go