Variety reports: Universal makes ‘Wicked’ deal Thompson to adapt first book in Marr’s series By MICHAEL FLEMING Universal Pictures has acquired screen rights to “Wicked Lovely,” the bestselling first book in a fantasy series written by Melissa Marr that will see its fourth installment published next year by Harper Collins. The studio bought the book to be produced by Wild West Picture Show Prods., and has hired “Edward Scissorhands” scribe Caroline Thompson to adapt it. Wild West is Vince Vaughn‘s U-based shingle. The protagonist is a 17-year-old girl who can see fairies, and must fend off the advances of a… Read more »
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TV vs Books True Blood TV series vs The Southern Vampire Series by Charlaine Harris The Vampire Diaries TV series vs The Vampire Diaries by L. J. Smith The Dresden Files TV series vs The Dresden Files Series by Jim Butcher Blood Ties TV series vs The Blood Series by Tanya Huff My new poll question made me wonder, should we ever judge a book… Read more »
Twilight New Moon Movie & Book Compare and Contrast How Much Do UF Covers Influence your Purchases? How Do You Get Your Urban Fantasy Books? My Tips What is the Biggest Urban Fantasy that you haven’t read? Anita Blake: Love Her or Loath Her? Part 2 Anita Blake: Love her or Loath Her? Part 1 Should You Judge a Book by its TV Show?
Bloggers: Feel free to use my hosted memes on your blogs as long as you link to me and leave a comment first 🙂 Throwdown Thursday (hosted by The Neverending Shelf) Genre Swap Saturday (hosted by All Things Urban Fantasy) Win on Wednesday (hosted by All Things Urban Fantasy) Hot off the Press (hosted by All Things Urban Fantasy)
Throwdown Thursday is a weekly thing where we tackle books with similar characters, covers, themes, etc. to determine which one rocks more. And it is up to YOU to determine the winner! Previous Throwdown Thursdays Throwdown Thursday: Once Bitten vs Once Bitten Throwdown Thursday: LKH vs Anita Blake Throwdown Thursday: Twilight New Moon Edition Throwdown Thursday: Buffy vs. frostbite’s Rose ThrowDown Thursday: Which half-vampire is head-NECK-and shoulders above the rest? Throwdown Thursday: Better as a Movie or Book? Throwdown Thursday: Who is more Formidable: Kate or Mel?
Thanks Tynga’s Reviews for the Honest Scrap Award Thanks Dark Faerie Tales for The Heartfelt Award Thanks Black and Blue Ink for the One Lovely Blog Award Thanks to Angela from Dark Faerie Tales for giving me the Kick Ass Blog Award. Thanks to Emily from The Chronicles of Emily Cross for giving me the ‘From me to you’ blog award! Thanks to J. from J. Kaye’s Book Blog for giving me the ‘Your Blog is Fabulous’ award Thanks to Natasha from Wicked Little Pixie for giving me the Happy 101 award And Thanks to Tynga from Tynga’s Reviews… Read more »
Graphic Description Links Deadly Destinations co-hosted with Dark Faerie Tales What’s the saying in real estate? Location, location, location. Well in Paranormal fiction it’s worldbuilding, worldbuilding, worldbuilding. Instead of hitting the typical getaway spots, this vacation themed event invites you to visit all the different supernatural worlds/locations (guided by your favorite characters) from the most anticipated new Summer releases. Started in 2011 Announcement Event List Winners Paranormal Summer Fest co-hosted with Tynga’s Reviews A month of guest blogs featuring different authors, titles and giveaways for the biggest summer releases. Started in 2010 Announcement Event List Conclusion Post Winners Spooky Legends… Read more »
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Abigail’s Urban Fantasy Pet Peeves Abigail’s Favorite Features From Other Bloggers Jess Haines’ Best Bad Movies Ever Abigail’s Paranormal Picks for 2011 Julia’s Paranormal Picks for 2011 Justin Gustainis’s Reasons Why Urban Fantasy Rocks Adrian Phoenix’s Shows on her DVR Tessa Adams’ Reasons Dragon Shifters are Better than Werewolves Merit’s Top Ten Things/Places to Eat in Chicago Jennifer Estep’s Why She Loves Writing & Reading Urban Fantasy M.K. Hobson’s Favorite Witches & Warlocks Deborah Cooke’s Ten Ways to Survive Pyr Boot Camp Suzanne Young’s Favorite Paranormal YA Covers Jeannie Holmes’ Favorite Female Vampires Anne Elizabeth’s Favorite Graphic Novel Picks Amanda… Read more »