George R. R. Martin may, in fact, be a wizard. To be able to jump through as many characters’ heads as he does—that’s magic. ‘Tis. Need some wisdom? Let me put my Tyrion hat on. How about some battle expertise?
Books turn into movies, people then buy the books, people compare the two, and, inevitably, people choose the book over the movie. It’s the way things work. It’s great for everybody. I know it’s frustrating for some, but great books almost always get adapted. It’s the way it’s always been.
A great day for every book lover is when we find out that our favorite book will be coming to the big screen. What's better than that? When you know all the details like who's in it, the release date, and even get to see the trailer!
2017 was a pretty solid year for Bookstr, at least in terms of video production. We’ve put out dozens of very charming, very relatable videos for your viewing pleasure. It’s easy for some of them to get lost in the mix on your ever busy newsfeed.
If you are one of the many for whom hobbits, wizards, and tales that include liberal amounts of drinking, singing, and fellbeasts make you feel a certain kind of way, then you have undoubtedly heard about the Lord of the Rings prequel series that Amaz
Many words have been spoken this year. I’ve spoken probably over 100, and I know at least seven people, so that’s already putting us over 800 words. Now imagine all of the thousands of people on the planet saying words.
Douglas Adams’ The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy is a rightful classic, and the series it inspired continues to attract new audiences. He was a funny, clever man and his perspective on life, the universe, and everything is hilariously bleak.
Everything bad happens very quickly and it all happens around the beginning of winter. Maybe your grandpa died (he did), maybe your dog’s suddenly getting old (she is), maybe there’s a long line of romantic and professional and social disappointments at every corner of your life (there are).
Sylvia Plath is one of the most surprising poets to read if you’re not already familiar. Probably the only thing a lot of people know about her is her suicide, which is sad. Her poetry is fueled by her struggles with manic depression, and is often funny.
I could read nonfiction books and textbooks all day long. But sometimes nothing makes me reflect as much as a few thoughts and words on life.
I'm sure you've heard of Nicholas Sparks, and even if you're not a fan, you know his romance novels have touched the hearts of millions, especially since most of them get turned into movies fairly quickly!