Top 5 Tuesday: Books That Should Be Movies!

It's Tuesday, which means only one good thing: it isn't Monday! It also means it's time for another round of Top 5 Tuesday. T5T is a weekly meme hosted by Bionic Book Worm where different topics are explored. This weeks topic is "books that need to be made into movies"! If you haven't checked out her weekly prompts you definitely should - they're super fun!

So I wouldn't call myself particularly into movies and TV. However, I am also not someone who says I don't like them either. I'm just a fan of good stories and well made entertainment. Whether that be in my favorite form (books) or in movies or TV, I'm not a stickler about it. What I am a stickler about is book to film adaptations. Most of the time, they're simply just not as good. You can't get the range of detail and finesse into a movie that you can into a book. HOWEVER, there's also something so magical about seeing something you've loved in a book come to life on the screen. *Obviously, it can also be terrible if it's done horribly (looking @ u, directors of My Sisters Keeper) and they miss the whole point of the book. But when it's done well (GoT 5Ever) it's a real thrill to relive a story through the screen. So without further ado, here are the books I think should be made into movies!

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Review + Recipe: Jane Doe by Victoria Helen Stone + Bolognese Recipe!

Finally, FINALLY I get to say: Welcome back to the table readers! I’m really happy to be getting back on not only the reviewing wagon but the recipe wagon as well! It’s been a tough month but things are settling down and I’m really excited for some upcoming reads and recipes! Today was a wonderful… Continue reading Review + Recipe: Jane Doe by Victoria Helen Stone + Bolognese Recipe!

Sneak Peak Sunday: Jane Doe by Victoria Helen Stone!

WELCOME to all my fellow readers! It's been a hectic few days getting my new home office up and running and everything organized. Yes, I'm the person who spends their weekend deep cleaning and reorganizing everything. My last day at the current job is Tuesday so I'm very excited and nervous. However, I'm getting back… Continue reading Sneak Peak Sunday: Jane Doe by Victoria Helen Stone!