I truly believe nature forgot it’s supposed to be Spring right now. But I can’t complain. I’d rather be warm underneath a blanket instead of dying in my sweaty meat suit.
Top Ten Tuesday, originally created by The Broke and the Bookish and now hosted by That Artsy Reader Girl, is a weekly meme. The next prompt is all about the page-to-screen freebie. And I want to talk about TV shows and movies I adore, but I haven’t read the books that inspired them. Ugh, how can I possibly call myself a book blogger if I haven’t read the books?! Hear me out though.
But more importantly, enjoy my fan-filled post.
Let us bask in the glory of this obscenely gorgeous creature. I am ready to sin just so I could spend at least twenty-four-amazing-hours with Lucy. I understand this Morningstar may be a tad different from the original source, but I rather enjoy this one.
Discovery of Witches
Oh, this show won’t stay on my haven’t-read-yet list. I fully plan on reading the entire series. I cannot get over how much I an enthralled by the TV series. Several bloggers sparked my interest in the book series, but I knew I have to buy it once I found out it was coming to the small screen.
This show will kill the damn airwaves once the new season arrives. I am so stoked about it. I have been waiting to see what June will inflict onto the people who’ve wronged her and the other Handmaids.
I enjoyed the movie. But I’m not a fan of Keanu (don’t ask me to watch THAT scene from John Wick). When I heard the comic gods were gracing us with a mostly authentic adaptation of Constantine, I knew he’d get his redemption. I’m still livid the show was cancelled.
Silence of the Lambs
I have wanted to read this series for years. But I was afraid that literary Hannibal may not claim my dark, twisted heart as much as movie Hannibal has. Come on, Hopkins was made for this role, and no other actor can top him.
After the season finale, I feel as if my heart is torn apart. But I’ll always watch this show, even though I have no intention of having the book ruin it for me. My love for Margo and Eliot is too strong, so I’ll live in ignorance.
Finally, a vampire TV show that actually sends shivers down my back. I’ve waited for years to find one. And I adore both Mark-Paul and Saniyya. They make me love the series that more.