The two-part series for It continues with Dave’s discussion on the 1990 television mini-series and the recent reboot.
Books are being turned into movies at a staggering rate lately. In 2017 alone, there are expected to be around 26 novels adapted, either for the big screen or streaming services such as Netflix and Amazon. As an avid book reader, it’s nice to see. Unfortunately, there are two primary thoughts on adaptations…
Dave discusses the audiobook Ready Player One written by Ernest Cline and read by Wil Wheaton.
Not surprisingly, Neil Patrick Harris: Choose Your Own Autobiography is nothing short of fantastic. Sure, using the classic book to make your autobiography interesting will work, but it’s what you do once the book is opened that gives the final say.
As a father of a four-year-old, finding good books that will keep your hoodlum entertained is a plus. Thanks to Josh Alves, Lilly Bristol: Dinosaur Wrangler and the Town a Tyrannosaurus Wrecks! is a keeper. Josh is an author and illustrator that I’ve followed and talked to on Twitter for a couple of years now. … Continue reading Lilly Bristol: Dinosaur Wrangler