Morning Meanderings… Read It Before You See It!


Good morning! Happy Wednesday already!  Lots of fun things happening here… book club last night (more on that later) and earlier this week I changed out the library window to books that will or are movies with in a two-year span.  It was a fun project:



I used books from my own stash and those that I did not own I printed out covers for. 


It was hard to get a great pic – I was picking off a glare on the window but this gives you an idea. 

What an exciting time with so many wonderful books becoming movies!  I really get excited about that!  And yay to Gillian Flynn with both Gone Girl and Dark Places hitting the big screen! 

Is there a particular book that you are excited to see become a movie?  What one are you waiting for? 

13 Comments on “Morning Meanderings… Read It Before You See It!

  1. I’ve got my fingers crossed that they do a good job with The Fault in Our Stars. Of course, I’ll have to carry a whole box of Kleenex with me to see that one.

  2. I’m so excited to see John Green’s ‘The Fault in Our Stars’ which I see in your display. The audiobook made me bawl, it was so good! I’m excited for Sheryl Strayed’s ‘Wild’ also because I heard Reese Witherspoon was really involved in the project and felt passionately about getting the book to screen.

  3. I am eagerly awaiting The Good House (book by Ann Leary), starring Meryl Streep and Robert DeNiro. Should be fabulous!

  4. I’m one of those that likes to read a book before seeing the adaptation so I especially like this window display.

  5. Great window display! I sure hope the film adaptation of Green’s book is well done.

  6. I am looking forward to The Fault in Our Stars, The Hunger Games: Mockingjay, and The Giver.

  7. I was excited about The Giver, but early previews are kind of worrying me a bit…

  8. My book club will be reading Monument’s Men and Unbroken. I can’t wait to see the movies after I finish reading the book.

  9. I am looking forward to Fault in Our Stars.

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