Before it appeared on the big screen as an apocalyptic action horror starring Brad Pitt, World War Z was actually a 2006 novel by Max Brooks.
Shoeless Joe is a 1982 novel by W. P. Kinsella that later became the basis for the film called Field of Dreams. The film was released in 1989 and starred a few big names, such as Kevin Costner, Ray Liotta, and James Earl Jones.
Books have long inspired movies and vice versa, but there are also plenty of television shows that have made the leap from the small screen to print.
Traditionally, witches have had a pretty raw deal with it comes to literature as more often than not, they are portrayed as the cackling villains of the tale. However, in recent years, there has been a shift towards more sympathetic portrayels of these women.
Our readers had plenty to be thankful for this November with all the great books that were at their disposal. With the frenzy of fall giving way to the holiday cheer of November, it was the ideal month to take a break and relax with some amazing books.
From the success of "Friends" in 1994 to "How I Met Your Mother" in 2005, and "The Big Bang Theory" in 2007, it's clear that people enjoy watching shows about groups of friends.
Most people can't wait until the holiday season to break out the decorations and join the festive cheer, while others see it as the perfect excuse to indulge in some holiday romance novels.
Virtually everyone is familiar with the 1973 supernatural horror film, The Exorcist. The movie starred Linda Blair, Max von Sydow, Ellen Burstyn, and Jason Miller.
Few other cultural icons have become as endearing and well-known as Peter Pan, the mischievous young boy from Neverland, created by J. M. Barrie.
In this LitRPG Space Opera Adventure, a pro gamer gets hooked on a brand new title that appears to be too good to be true.