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Good Books,Good Movies?
Posted on May 15, 2015 by Tonette Joyce
This week’s question is: What books do we think would make good movies? That is harder to answer than I first thought. There is usually a great deal of change between book and getting it to the screen. In some … Continue reading →
Posted in authors, Books, movies, protagonists, Random thoughts, reading preferences, Tonette Joyce, writing | Tagged "There's No Place Like Here", "Where Rainbows End", Artemis Fowl, Cecilia Ahern, Davis Way series, Eoin Colfer, Eugene O'Neill, Forrest Gump, Geoff Rodkey, Getchen Archer, Ghost Girl, Harry Potter, If you could see me now, Italian Kitchen series, Janet Evanovich, Katherine Heigl, Lilies of the Field, One For the Money, P.S. I Love You, Rachel Joyce, Rachel Joyce's 'Perfect', Rosie Dunne, Rosie Genova, Standards and Practices, Stange Interlude, Stephen Vincent Benet, The Bishop's Beggar, The Chronicles of Egg, The Hayes Office, The Unlikely Pilgrimage of Harold Frye, Tonya Hurley | 4 Comments