Happy spring, readers. It’s time for another installment of Before You See the Movie, a few days late. Updates from March: The other day, T and I saw Love, Simon, and it was wonderfully cute. It makes me want to go back and reread the book (since I read it a few years ago), and makes me … More B4UC1T: April 2018
So before you head out to the theaters this month, I’ve got a list of movies that have been adapted from books for you. Once again, I’m excited for the movies this month. I actually had to go back and do some rereading to refresh my memory (can’t go in blind, right?). Here’s this month’s … More B4UC1T: March 2018
Hey! Look at me! I managed to make it back for a second month of B4UC1T. Last month, you may have gone to see Paddington 2 or The Death Cure. If you did, I hope they were all you hoped they would be. First up, on February 9, is Peter Rabbit. It’s based on the … More B4UC1T: February 2018
Here are the movies adapted from books for January 2018. … More B4UCIt: January 2018
To be fair, this is a video of John Green reading the first chapter of Turtles All the Way Down, not a trailer. But it’s still appropriate for today, I think. … More A Trailer For Tuesday: Turtles All The Way Down
Patrick Ness is one of my favorite authors, so when I heard he had a new book coming out this year, I was ecstatic. It’s released today, so this will be my birthday book for the year since my birthday is tomorrow. I couldn’t be happier. Here’s the trailer for Release by Patrick Ness.
It’s been a while since I’ve gone through my RSS feed at Feedly. I finally got back to it on Sunday, and one of the things I found was a trailer for Warcross by Marie Lu. Her Legend series was one I read with my OBB (original book buddy) Sam, so I’m hoping he’ll be … More A Trailer for Tuesday: Warcross
When my friend Dottie finished Dorothy Must Die, she about threw the book at me. To be fair, this is typically her reaction; the books I hand her have all the feels. So this post is for Dottie, since I’m fairly certain she won’t through a computer at me. Without further ado: the trailer for … More Book Trailer, Anyone?
I came across this bit of news when going through my Feedly backlog. I want to watch it. I remember reading The Magicians with my friend Pam a few years ago and enjoying. it. I’m disappointed that the rest of the series isn’t on Oyster. Now the book just moved up on my list of … More Grossman's The Magicians Coming to TV
I make no secret of the fact that I am a huge fan of The Fault in Our Stars. I can’t tell you whether or not it is a good book, though many people I’ve recommended it to have loved it. For me, the entire book was a nostalgic walk around (mostly) Washington Township in … More TFiOS and Nuts