10 Books I’d Love to See on the Big (or Small) Screen

I have mixed feelings when it comes to TV/film adaptations of books that I love - on the one hand it's always exciting to see one of my favourite stories come to life on screen, on the other hand, my mind is always chanting 'Please don't ruin it, please don't ruin it, please don't ruin … Continue reading 10 Books I’d Love to See on the Big (or Small) Screen

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10 Fictional Characters That Remind Me of Myself

1. Cath from Fangirl Was Cath not the most relatable character ever? Her obsession with a particular book series (me), her social anxiety (again, me), her desire to be a writer and her distinct awkwardness around boys (OMG, that's totally me!). 2. Hermione Granger from the Harry Potter series Yet another socially awkward bookworm I identified with a lot. (Yes, she was … Continue reading 10 Fictional Characters That Remind Me of Myself

TTT: 10 Audiobooks I’d Listen to for the Narrator Alone

1) Lolita by Vladimir Nabokov; narrated by Jeremy Irons I have been in love with Jeremy Irons and his smoky, velvet voice ever since I watched The Lion King. I had (and still have) a really weird thing for Scar. Honestly, I'd listen to Jeremy Irons read the phone book but I'd much prefer listening to him read Lolita, a favorite … Continue reading TTT: 10 Audiobooks I’d Listen to for the Narrator Alone

TTT: Standalone Books that Need a Sequel

1) Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen Okay, I know that there are already countless sequels, prequels, and spin-offs for this book but my ideal sequel would be a smutty look into Darcy and Elizabeth's wedding night. 2) Mansfield Park by Jane Austen I don't want a sequel to Mansfield Park so much as a rewrite - a version where Fanny … Continue reading TTT: Standalone Books that Need a Sequel