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4 Bestselling Authors Share Thoughts On Movie Adaptations

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Dedicated readers understand the emotional connection with a book you love, and the piece of your soul that is invested long after you turn the final page. Many can relate to a paternalistic instinct of pride or defense when anyone brings up this title. Whether you are ready to effuse on its brilliance or bitterly smother out the naysayers, you have the agency to speak on this topic with authority. However, when it comes to turning books into movies, the adaptation is out of your power. While the book fan typically rejoices, there’s also trepidation over how filmmakers might alter the original goods. Readers, and the authors themselves, have strong opinions and limited if any influence on how books are…

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The Inspiration Behind Beth Revis’ Quarterly Literary YA Book Box — 10 Winners Get a Box!!

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Book Boxes are ALL the rage these days and, quite honestly, rightfully so. Is there anything better than getting a box full of beautiful books delivered to your doorstep? The excitement paired with not knowing what exactly might be in that box, is almost overwhelming. So how, you ask, can you get in on this experience? Well, Quarterly has it all figured out with their authors (as well as other curators) and they’re adding in the element of surprise to go along with the curator’s box. Here’s how it works: all the reader knows when signing up is who is curating the box you’ve chosen that quarter, which means you can assume (if you choose a book box) that you’ll be getting that…

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