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Monthly Archives: February 2012
Kudos to my friend Stephanie over at The Anxiety of Authorship for finding this great article! The folks over at A.V. Club picked, what they believed to be, very unsuccessful book adaptations. Some standouts on this list? Ulysses by James … Continue reading
Popular mooks performed well at the Oscars. While Best Picture was a disappointment for the mook world, (with five out of the nine nominations being book adaptations) the most favored win was Octavia Spencer for Best Supporting Actress in “The … Continue reading
The Woman In Black: A Ghost Story – Written by Susan Hill The Woman in Black: A Ghost Story is a very eerie, Edgar Allan Poe type story. With very little dialogue, Hill relied solely on intense detail and the thoughts … Continue reading
HuffPost Books and Mookology are totally on the same page. I love reading the articles in the culture section of The Huffington Post, as you can tell by my many posts which refer to this site. Their writers are super … Continue reading
I took some time away from mook reading to experience Emptiness Dancing by Adyashanti. Check out my guest post on ZazenLife!
Michael Lewis is no stranger to the world of successful mooks. “The Blind Side,” which was based on Lewis’ The Blind Slide: Evolution of a Game, was not just a box-office smash, but incredibly touching and wonderfully performed. It was … Continue reading
The Lightning Thief (Percy Jackson & the Olympians Series #1) – Written by Rick Riordan The Lightning Thief is a children’s fantasy novel narrated by the 11-year-old DemiGod, Percy Jackson. While I found the concept of the Percy Jackson & … Continue reading
Alright, I’m guilty. I am totally excited to see “The Lorax” in a few weeks! The release of this mook is March 2nd, which is also the famous authors 108th birthday. Other famous Dr. Seuss movie adaptations have made bank … Continue reading
The Twilight Saga is one of the biggest Mooks of the decade, pulling in big bucks through both the book and film series. Whether you are a fan or not, there is no denying the impact the sparkly Cullen vampires … Continue reading