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Top Ten Tuesday - Page-to-Screen Wishlist

Tuesday, May 14, 2019



This week's topic from That Artsy Reader Girl is a Page-to-Screen freebie. I decided to take on the angle of books that I would like to see made into movies. Although I am very picky about screen adaptions, I would love to see these stories come to life. 

Truth be told, I would like to see EVERY Melanie Dickerson story on the screen. But, this one is so very near and dear to my heart. This one is, after all, the Beauty and the Beast retelling.

New Zealand, Lord of the Rings, a magical dinner, and more than one comical episode...Close to You would make the perfect date night movie!

If you haven't read this series yet, and you love a good YA psychological thriller, you really should check it out. Creepy as all get out, but I would still love to see Audrey Rose on the silver screen.

I.LOVE.MARISSA.MEYER!!! Her books are unbelievably beautiful and captivating! Heartless is her take on the story of the Red Queen of Wonderland. I want to see some of the epic scenes, her tasty macaroons, and Hatter's house all visualized in "real life". And isn't this version of the cover simply stunning? I was lucky enough to get a signed UK edition from Marissa! 💕

Yes, another YA series that I want to see. Unblemished is so unique and incredible to visualize while I'm reading, but I would love to see the different Reflections and Eliyana with my own eyes. 

Ok, this one hasn't released yet, but once you read this one, you'll have to agree...A Female cryptographer during WWI, an undercover agent for the crown, a mysterious man who wishes them harm, and Room 40! Codebreaking, sleuthing, dangerous action, and Margot. Oy vey, Margot is the most peculiar and yet perfect heroine I have ever read. And I simply ADORE HER! Pre-Order your copy today!!!

Kicking off the story in France during the Revolution of 1789, A Refuge Assured follows Lacemaker Vivienne Rivard to America and the aftermath of our own Revolutionary War. So much drama, so much romance, so many intriguing events and characters. THIS, would make an epic Masterpiece mini-series!!!

Again, back to the creepy....All of Jaime Jo Wright's books would be unique and so cool to see in a movie. The split-time storyline, the mysterious happenings, the threats, danger, AH! I'm giving myself goosebumps just thinking about it. The House on Foster Hill would make an excellent murder mystery thriller!

Ok, yes, another murder mystery...but I don't see this one as being as violent and gruesome as the above-mentioned story, think more Murdoch Mysteries. Crime, Women disguised as men, mysteries, a swoon-worthy Italian reporter, and it is all set in Toronto! How could you say no to this as a movie????
Quite honestly, I want to see this whole series done in Masterpiece fashion...But out of all of them, this is the story I want to see on the big screen the most! Married because of an unfortunate case of the wrong place at the wrong time...and it is simply hilarious getting to see them blunder their way through the first parts of marriage. 

9 comments:

  1. Will you hold my hand during The House on Foster Hill?! Great list, little mama!

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  2. The House on Foster Hill sounds like it would be a very interesting show!

    My TTT.

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  3. The Price of Privilege series by Jessica Dotta. But I can only picture Clark Gable as Chance Macy, so it might not work out as well as I think.

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  4. I’d like to see several of these as movies too! Great list!

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  5. What a fun list! I love so many of these stories and yes, they would make great movies.

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  6. I'd love to watch Kara Isaac's books made to movies! There's never enough good romantic comedies!

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  7. House on Foster Hill would make a great period/contemporary movie!

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  8. Great choices!! I would love to see Marissa Meyer's series turned into movies!

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  9. I need an adaptation of anything by Marissa Meyer!

    Lauren @ Always Me

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