A Confession Regarding Small Screen Adaptations


While I typically hold off seeing a film until I’ve read the book or books which have inspired it, I don’t always adhere to that rule with TV shows. As I’ve admitted in recent posts about “Longmire” and Kass Morgan’s The 100, I tend to watch the shows without any regard. Below is a selection of shows I’ve watched without reading the entire series. These are also available at Jorie’s Store @ Amazon.

So, who else is guilty? Am I going to amateur book reviewer jail now? 😉

Longmire: Season 1  The 100: The Complete First Season [HD]  The No. 1 Ladies' Detective Agency: Season 1

True Blood: Season 1      Monk: The Complete Series - Limited Edition            Bones: Season 1

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Top Ten Sequels Jorie’s Dying to Read


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September 6: Top Ten Sequels Jorie’s Dying to Read

1. V is for Vengeance by Sue Grafton – I began reading the first Kinsey Milhone last week and it’s addictive.

2. Beautiful Days by Anna Godbersen – Sometimes, I wish I’d waited until all the books were published before reading the first. I may need to review Bright Young Things.

3. The Next Book in Beth Revis’ Across the Universe series – I’m happy there’s more that Revis has to say but I want it five minutes ago.

4. Whatever Sarah Dessen publishes next – Not a series but she drops enough Easter eggs that it’s always good to read these in the order they’re published.

5. Persepolis III by Marjane Satrapi – Yes, it’s out there but not in English.

6. The Girl Who Kicked the Hornet’s Nest by Stieg Larsson – Actually, I’m reading it right now. However, I put aside a few other books just to finish the Millennium Trilogy.

7. Aurora Teagarden Series by Charlaine Harris – Okay, I’ve not read one of these. Nonetheless, my mom picked up the first one and it definitely qualifies for my TBR. Unfortunately, Harris has shelved these as she writes more Sookie Stackhouse novels.

8. The Robert Langdon books by Dan Brown – While these books aren’t my favorites, I do like the random facts within each volume.

9. The Stephanie Plum series by Janet Evanovich – I haven’t kept up with Ms. Plum in a while but I hear she’s making her between Morelli and Ranger public in the next one.

10. The Case for Christ series by Lee Strobel – I need to read all of these.