Top (Eleven) Books That Should be a Movie or TV Show
G'morning, happy readers! Happy June. Hope your month started off well. Let's dive right into today's post since there's fun things to talk about. Because it's Tuesday, there's another round of Top Ten Tuesday (only in my case, there's eleven because apparently ten wasn't quite enough) posts showing up in my dashboard and today's topic is another fun one. Hint, we're going to the movies.
Broke and Bookish June 2nd Topic:
Top Ten Books I'd Love To See As Movies/TV Shows
1.) The Runaway Princess by Hester Browne
Read this one this past winter and awww, it was super cute. I mean, I know we have the iconic Princess Diaries, but we could always use another sweetheart royal fairytale. Plus, this one is set in England.
2.) Etiquette and Espionage by Gail Carriger
Okay, this one might be a weird pick because... I've not read these books yet. However don't the covers alone convince you these would be epic films!? I mean, it's all about the attitude and steampunk.
3.) The Selection by Kiera Cass
Recently optioned for a film, this has had two failed TV pilots, so let's try a film. I'm in.
4.) Doon by Carey Corp and Lorie Langdon
Who wouldn't enjoy a trip to Scotland with two besties? This might do well on a network like CW as a show or I'd take a film, too. Either way works for me.
5.) The Gifting by K.E. Ganshert
Again, another one I've not read, but come on!? It sounds like it'd make for an adventurous journey we'd love to see come alive. Am I right!?
6.) The Breath of Dawn by Kristen Heitzmann
A beautiful romance. If done right, this would be a magical film.
7.) Snow Like Ashes by Sara Raasch
Recently finished this one and it was really intriguing. The image that popped into my head was Narnia for the world, but I don't think I've seen any movie that resembles this - hence we need a movie.
8.) Dear Mr. Knightley by Katherine Reay
So long as the right writers and producers got a hold of this story, this would make a beautiful film.
9.) Here to Stay by Melissa Tagg
What doesn't a network like Hallmark take note of something like this!? It'd be so cute adapted.
10.) Heiress by Susan May Warren
Calling Julian Fellowes! This could totally be his next Downton Abby sprawling epic. What say you?
11.) Storm Siren by Mary Weber
This one should be self-explanatory. I mean, come on... how amazing would this world be adapted!?
Share what books you'd like to see adapted into TV shows or as a film. You know I'd love to chat about them with you all. As always, thank you for reading.