Blogging Challenge @meganslayer #movies #books #madeintomovies

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I can’t lie. This prompt is hard. Well, it is for me. I’ve read plenty of books I’ve thought would make good movies, but I’m notoriously behind. I’ll think, this would be a good movie, then I find out it was a movie. I know. I’m behind.

Lisey’s Story comes to mind. It’s by Stephen King. I thought the book was very visual and I could see it being a movie. Now, checking IMDB, it looks like it might have been made into a movie. I don’t know. Maybe it was and was never released.

I thought Bag of Bones by Stephen King should’ve been made into a movie, then it was and had Pierce Brosnan in it. See? I’m behind the times.

The Tattooist of Auschwitz by Heather Morris might be a good one to be a movie. It’d be heartbreaking, but being visual might make more people realize the Holocaust did exist and was beyond description.

The last one for now that might be a good book to movie would be The Taster by VS Alexander. Someone who tastes the food for Hitler. Yeah… it was moving as a book and could be really something as a movie.

If I were going to have one my books made into a movie, it would have to be Resisting the Rock Star. I can see the characters on the big screen and it would be cool. But that’s me.

What about you? What are some books you think would be great as movies? Let me know.

8 thoughts on “Blogging Challenge @meganslayer #movies #books #madeintomovies

  1. I had no idea Lisey’s Story or Bag of Bones had been made into films. Interesting!

    And, yeah, this week’s prompt was a tricky one.

    My TTT.

    • It doesn’t appear Lisey’s Story was ever released, but Bag of Bones was a mini series on… a cable channel, I think. It’s probably on Netflix or one of those streaming ones now. And yes, this was a hard prompt. Thanks for stopping by! 🙂

  2. I think that if it has Stephen King’s name attached to it, it’s either been made into a movie, a TV show, or has been optioned for one or the other! Although, I think The Girl Who Loved Tom Gordon would make a great movie as well.

    After reading the blurb for Resisting the Rock Star, I agree – I’d watch that!

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