FCA 26 words
(For anyone who doesn’t “get” poetry– those aren’t piles of snow. Many dead people covered by white blankets.)
Bout of Books 26
What book would you like to see adapted for another medium? What would be your preferred format? Movie? TV Show? Broadway musical? Something else? If you want to elaborate even further, who would you cast to play the characters? Who would you want to write the script/screenplay? Write the music? Direct? Are there adaptations that exist that you think could be better? Tell us all about your aspirations for the perfect adaptation!
Obviously, my first instinct is to pick Fractions of Existence. Why wouldn’t I pick my own book? Well, because you might want to hear about something else.
Strangely, Incredibly Good (Strangely, Incredibly Good Series Book 1) by Heather Grace Stewart
Cat: Rebel Wilson or B.K. Cannon
Gene: Jason Momoa
Bad Ass Gram: Ann Morgan Guilbert died, so I can’t pick her. Cloris Leachman
Directed by: Catherine Hardwicke
Soundtrack by The Foo Fighters and the Goo Goo Dolls
Screenplay by: Jeremy Leven
You’ve just made my entire weekend. I love how you got what I intended for the book to do (self love theme )& the Trump jokes…dunno how I was so eerily prophetic or why I chose him for the jokes…but I wrote Strangely Incredibly Good in 2013/14 and was 1st published in 2014!
— Heather Grace Stewart (@hgracestewart) October 27, 2018
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Day of the challenge: Day 2
What I read today:
The Phantom Forest by Liz Kerin
My GOALS during Bout of Books 26:
- Finish reading 3 books
- Take part in the challenges
- Write 3 book reviews
- Enjoy my birthday
- Find a book where the MC returns to hometown
Oh, and if any #boutofbooks people can recommend a book where the main character returns to their hometown (as an important point in the book), I'd appreciate it! Like a journey home, or dealing with being back home, or having to go back home, etc.
— J Lenni Dorner (@JLenniDorner) August 20, 2019