The Babysitters Club

The first Babysitters Club I read was Claudia and the Phantom Phones Calls. I was soon addicted. I don’t know if it was the spooky atmosphere of the book or the terrifying atmosphere of the night I bought the book, but I distinctly remember when and where I found Ann M. Martin’s book. My mom was […]

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The Adaptation Watch – Part 2

Part 2 of The Adaptation Watch focuses on the contemporary stories coming to the big screen and streaming in 2020.   The Outsider – release date January 12, 2020 on HBO; starring Ben Mendelsohn, Cynthia Erivo, and Jason Bateman. Based on the Stephen King novel of the same name, this series will serve up what […]

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The Adaptation Watch 2020 – Part 1

It’s time to see what adaptations are coming up in 2020 – your Novel2Screen abridged list. Yes, abridged because there are a LOT of books being adapted to films and limited release TV series this year, thanks to the content demand from numerous streaming services. I’ve got your list boiled down into three simple categories: […]

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The AW (Adaptation Watch) 2018

It’s been a few months since Rebecca and I did an AW article, books we’re reading and loving…or not so much.  It’s not that we haven’t been reading.  The issue, or gift, is that we’ve been reading a ton! Not all of these books are scheduled for movie adaptation, but some of them should be.  […]

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My Cousin Rachel (book)

This article has some SPOILERS about the Daphne Du Maurier book My Cousin Rachel, which will be a movie this July with Rachel Weisz and Sam Claflin. Okay, I seriously couldn’t put this book down. It’s 350 pages that feel like 12, and as you near the last couple pages, you find yourself thinking: No! […]

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The First Book List of 2017

Hello, my friends. Welcome back to Novel2Screen, where Chris and I try to read everything we can, especially books that will probably become movies, so we can talk about the adaptation process (read: scream to the heavens, “Why the hell did they cut that? It was the best part!”) First, my Outlander fans– I know, I know? […]

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