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Big Screen December

December is a great month to watch movies…Here’s an update (from an earlier post) of movies adapted from books hitting theatres in December. Bonus…I cheated by adding a few bonus films that weren’t inspired by books but might make your list….Enjoy!

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Fall 2018 Page to Screen

Lots of summer films are still in theaters, but as we roll into September, there are a host of upcoming  new movie releases adapted from memoirs, novels, or fantasy series, and classic characters brought to life or reimagined for the screen. Here’s what’s on tap for September – December!

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If You Liked An American Marriage…

Oprah’s newest book club pick, An American Marriage, by Tayari Jones, tells the story of newlyweds, Roy and Celestial, whose relationship is tested by an unjust penal system. The book explores lingering racial injustice in the American South and the tumultuous effects it has on the lives of its characters. Continue reading If You Liked An American Marriage…