In no particular order, here are my top ten movies, that are based on YA novels. These are movies I loved as movies, and not necessarily as an adaptation of the books. For example, I loved the movie Inkheart, but when comparing it to the book it falls short, as a movie itself it was … Continue reading Top Ten Movies Based on YA books
It's that time of year when school starts and so do the high school romances and drama. While I have been out of high school for 6 years, I do still enjoy a good high school romance novel. I've divided the images of my top ten books set in high school into two sections. The first … Continue reading Top Ten Books Set in High School
This week I've decided to participate in the top ten meme that is for this week on the Broke and Bookish. This weeks theme is "Top Ten Books You Would Classify As ALL TIME FAVORITE BOOKS from the past 3 years (you can extend it to 5 if you need to)." So I am going … Continue reading Top Ten All Time Favorite Books Published in the last 5 years!
Sorry for the delay with this post, I've felt sick all day so I laid in front of the television for hours upon hours mindlessly watching "Charmed" on Netflix. Originally I was going to have today's post be my top ten series to start, but that requires research and such, so I've jumped ahead to … Continue reading Top Ten Favorite Protagonists
Romance is probably my favorite genre, because it is prevalent in basically all genres. Below are my top ten romances which are spread across a couple of genres. Mostly historical fiction and young adult. The below books are not in any particular order. Almost Heaven by Judith McNaught This romance will always hold a special … Continue reading Top Ten Romances
Originally this Top Ten Friday post was supposed to be entirely my favorite book-to-movie adaptations, but then I discovered that I actually have not read/seen as many books/movies as I initially thought; Therefore this post lists my top 5 best book-to-movie adaptations, as well as my worst book-to-movie adaptations. As a side note, none of … Continue reading Top Ten Best & Worst Book to Movie Adaptations
I knew about John Green way before I heard about his novels. In college, during some down time I would be looking through the website Upworthy and would come across one of John Green's vlogs. They are simply amazing. I admired this man for his drive to educate the ignorant on issues they didn't know … Continue reading John Green: TFIOS, Will Grayson & Katherines