Book to Movie Adaptations That I Want to See + Giveaway Announcement

I’m not a big movie watcher, but there are a couple of book to movie adaptations that I want to see. Here are the two that I am most excited about.

Lost Girls and Love Hotels

Lost Girls and Love Hotels is an intoxicating journey that follows and American English teacher, Margaret, and a dashing Yakuza named Kazu through the darkest alleys of Japan.

Lost Girls and Love Hotels Book to Movie Adaptations

Lost Girls and Love Hotels is an acclaimed novel by Catherine Hanrahan. She also adapted the screen play. She had this to say about the process, “I think a version of the film Lost girls and Love Hotels has been playing  in my head since before the novel was even published, so writing the screenplay wasn’t a big stretch for me, although to say it was a learning experience would be an understatement. Writing a novel is quite a slow, lonely process, while a script, almost from the very beginning is collaborative.  As a writer you tend to become protective of your characters and I was certainly that way with Margaret, although I didn’t need to worry. When I arrived on set and saw all of the people there working to bring my words to life, I was humbled. Margaret was in good hands.

I am excited to be collaborating with Think Jam for the release of the movie. The best part is it releases in select theaters and video on demand today! Also, Think Jam has so kindly given me a copy of the book to giveaway to one of you guys. Head on over to my Instagram to learn more!


After Maxim de Winter’s sweeps and orphaned beauty off her feet, the happy couple returns to Manderly, his isolated home on the Cornish Coast. She suddenly finds herself living in the shadow’s of Maxim’s first wife.

Rebecca-Books to Movie Adaptations

Rebecca is a classic. I hope to read it in October. It seems like a great Halloween read. Then the movie releases on October 21, 2020 on Netflix.

What book to movie adaptations are you most excited for? Let me know in the comments.

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