Tag archive

Jill Santopolo

‘The Light We Lost’ Author Jill Santopolo Chats about the Upcoming Film Adaptation and Reese Witherspoon’s Book Club

in Fiction by

In 2013, Sean Tuohy met Daniel Ford at a Halloween party and they immediately hit it off. The Writer’s Bone podcast wasn’t born on that exact night, but they were able to discuss some of their favorite things like writing, screenwriting, books, movies, comedy, and comic books. Daniel and Sean feel that they are in the middle of something very big and wonderful and BookTrib is happy to be a partner in this endeavor.  Jill Santopolo, author The Light We Lost, returns to the podcast! She chats with Stephanie Schaefer about the paperback edition of the novel, writing the screenplay for the upcoming film adaption, and Reese Witherspoon selecting The Light We Lost for her book club.   To learn more about Jill Santopolo, visit her official website, like her Facebook…

Keep Reading

Love Is In The Air: Last Minute Literary Valentine’s Day Gifts To Spark Romance!

in Potpourri by

It’s Valentine’s Day and if you haven’t gotten that special gift for your significant other, it’s not too late! Forget the conventional chocolates and teddy bears, the book lover in your life will appreciate something more creative, inspired by the authors and literature they love. Don’t fret, we’ve got you covered. Here’s a list of last minute gifts that will look like you’ve had love on your mind 24/7, 365: Quidditch Couple Mugs For all those Harry Potter loving couples, this pair of mugs is the ultimate romantic gift. Literary Chocolate Bars Sweet and delicious, give the gift of chocolate this year – with a literary twist of course! One Question a Day Journal One Question a Day for You &…

Keep Reading

Literary Luminaries and Celebrities Light Up the Hamptons for Authors Night 2017

in Potpourri by

Literary luminaries lit up the warm and misty evening at the 13th annual Authors Night to benefit the 120-year-old East Hampton Library. In case you didn’t know, this is event is said to be the premier literary event of the Hamptons and one of the nation’s leading annual literary celebrations.   When I arrived, the parking lot was already full and shuttles, golf carts and mini buses helped attendees get to the massive tent that held 100 authors and more than 2,500 guests. The mood inside the tent was electric and abuzz with excitement.  The first person I ran into was the “King of Shoes,” Steven Madden, who sold me shoes when I was in high school. He said he…

Keep Reading

Go to Top