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Book vs. Television Series: Father Brown

I'm sure that I have said this many times before (both on The Unapologetic Bookworm and in person), but whether it's in the form of a book or a television series, I love a good mystery. Several years ago, I began watching a television series called Father Brown, which stars Mark Williams (who you may… Continue reading Book vs. Television Series: Father Brown

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Book vs. Movie: Casino Royale

All over the world, the name James Bond is instantly recognized by fans of action movies and espionage-based thrillers. We know him as a suave, intelligent secret agent, who loves women and martinis (preferably "shaken, not stirred"), and who has been portrayed by a number of talented actors. With the newest James Bond movie, No… Continue reading Book vs. Movie: Casino Royale

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Book vs. Movies – The Hobbit

Good morning, everyone! A very happy Hobbit Day to you all! In the world of J.R.R. Tolkien's novels, today is the shared birthday of Bilbo and Frodo Baggins, which makes today a great opportunity to celebrate all things Tolkien-related. Personally, I am planning to celebrate by going about barefoot for the whole day (as a… Continue reading Book vs. Movies – The Hobbit

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Movie vs. Book vs. Comic Books – Labyrinth

Do you have specific movies that you like to watch when you are ill, or during times when you are sad or stressed out? I certainly do! While I tend to spend more time reading and writing than watching movies or television, there have been many times over the past several months when I've found… Continue reading Movie vs. Book vs. Comic Books – Labyrinth

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Book vs. Movie – Austenland

Have you ever dreamed about having the opportunity to step into the world of one of Jane Austen's stories? Maybe you've imagined dressing up in Regency Era clothing, attending a ball, and falling passionately in love with your very own Mr. Darcy (or Colonel Brandon, Mr. Bingley, Captain Wentworth, Mr. Knightly...or another of Austen's fictional… Continue reading Book vs. Movie – Austenland

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Comic Book vs. Movie: Birds of Prey and the Fantabulous Emancipation of One Harley Quinn

It might surprise you to see a diehard Marvel Comics fan talking about a movie from the DC Universe, but Harley Quinn has been one of my favorite comic book characters ever since her first appearance in Batman: The Animated Series back in the early 1990s. Harley has appeared in a tremendous number of comic… Continue reading Comic Book vs. Movie: Birds of Prey and the Fantabulous Emancipation of One Harley Quinn

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POPSUGAR Reading Challenge Update: Week Fifteen

Hello, everyone! I hope that you've had a great week, and that you are continuing to stay healthy. I am continuing to remain at home with my best buddy, Darcy, who turned six yesterday. Darcy had a very quiet birthday, most of which was spent watching (and chattering at) the birds in the backyard. He… Continue reading POPSUGAR Reading Challenge Update: Week Fifteen

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The Ghost and Mrs. Muir

Unless you've been living under a rock for the past month and have no idea what is currently going on in the world, you've probably thought about the Coronavirus at least once today. Covid-19 is frequently being brought to our attention through news and social media outlets, socially distant interactions with friends and relatives, and… Continue reading The Ghost and Mrs. Muir

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Comic Book vs. Movie – Snowpiercer

While my personal policy is to read books prior to seeing the movie adaptation, there are times when that isn't always possible. This often happens to me because a friend or family member invites me out to see a movie before I've had a chance to read (or finish reading) the book. But sometimes, I… Continue reading Comic Book vs. Movie – Snowpiercer