It feels like ages since we last saw our favorite ensemble on screen. Honestly, I had forgotten some key plot points because a year is just too long, SyFy. It probably doesn’t help that I’m in the middle of reading The Magician’s Land, which only now in book three reveals Alice the Niffin, where magic […]Read More The Magicians – A Flock of Lost Birds
What They Don’t Know hits bookstores tomorrow, and there isn’t a more important time for this novel than now. After last week, a week of female outrage and toxic patriarchy, emotions regarding women’s issues run strong. Women across the country were reminding friends that #MeToo is more than a hashtag while men either shouted back, […]Read More A Conversation with “What They Don’t Know” Author Nicole Maggi
I may be late to the Moxie party, but late is better than never. Especially when we’re talking about a kick-ass YA novel that I wish was written when I was in high school so I could’ve had a how-to guide to feminism. But, I can’t think of a BETTER time to read Moxie than RIGHT NOW! Moxie […]Read More Moxie – An Interview with Jennifer Mathieu
What’s the first thing that comes to mind when you hear the name “Jack Ryan”? Did you picture thick novels with plated lettering on them? Maybe an image of creator Tom Clancy who obviously hated the sun… But what about Jack Ryan the character? Any thoughts? Sure, maybe you pictured one of the several actors […]Read More Activate the Analyst! “Jack Ryan” is coming to Amazon.
WARNING: SPOILERS BELOW ABOUT “TO ALL THE BOYS I’VE LOVED BEFORE” AND “THE GUERNSEY LITERARY AND POTATO PEEL PIE SOCIETY” Okay, I know what you’re thinking: Yes, I’m still alive. No, I haven’t been trapped under an armoire, nor have I moved to Peru. And no, this article is not about “Outlander.” Like all parents, […]Read More Finally, Netflix Adaptations That Rock!
I’ve given you a week. If you’re watching The Handmaid’s Tale, I’m assuming you’ve seen the season finale The Word by now. If not, be warned there are more spoilers below than Eyes in Gilead. Every character made a choice at the end of the season that will have significant ramifications for Season 3. Serena Joy I […]Read More Final Thoughts on The Handmaid’s Tale -The Word
As we gear up for the season closer of The Handmaid’s Tale, the two previous episodes have shown us some of the worst and best in Gilead and the show’s writing. Perhaps I read and write too much fantasy, but when you plunk a beautiful black wolf into the white snow watching a handmaid flee in […]Read More The Handmaid’s Tale – Holly/Postpartum
Our final selection for your summer reading is a collection of intertwining short stories, a delightful mix of fantasy and macabre comedy. In the anthology Wayward Lives, author Tabatha Vincent crafts hilarious and disturbing tales with twisted characters. Her book not only is a social commentary on the impact our choices have in our lives, but […]Read More Interview with “Wayward Lives” Author -Tabatha Vincent
Novel2Screen’s next summer book recommend is a character-driven thriller perfect for your vacation read. All the Hidden Pieces is a fast-paced mystery that’ll leave you guessing to the end. When Greta Carpenter gets a call upending her life, she and her family hastily pack their bags and disappear. Detective Roberta Hobbs is assigned to the Carpenter case, […]Read More Interview with Jillian Thomadsen, Author of All the Hidden Pieces
The title of this article is a blending of the past three Handmaid’s Tale episodes: Women’s Work, Smart Power, and The Last Ceremony. These are the three episodes I’ll be discussing, but I also liked the way it forms it’s own title, Women’s Power Ceremony, because I’ll be focusing on Serena Joy. And, oh, this title sums […]Read More The Handmaid’s Tale – Women’s/Power/Ceremony