FROM PAGE TO SCREEN – ALL THE BOOK ADAPTATIONS YOU CAN WATCH IN SEPTEMBER

There are a lot of things that dictate what ends up on my monthly TBR-list, but off late nothing has shaped it the way Netflix does. The amount of books and graphic novels that are being adapted to Netflix original movies and series have increased at a rate that I, frankly, can’t keep up with. The aforementioned also applies to streaming services like Apple TV, Amazon, HBO and Peacock. However, for September 2020 I’d like to focus on Netflix, simply because they offer an excellent blend of genres.

So without further ado ….  

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MY TOP 5 LOVECRAFT COUNTRY MOMENTS – EPISODE ONE

Did you catch the first episode of HBO’s Lovecraft Country?

This latest HBO gem is an American drama horror television series developed by Misha Green based on the 2016 novel of the same name by Matt Ruff. Lovecraft Country follows Atticus Freeman as he joins up with his friend Letitia Lewis and his Uncle George to embark on a road trip across 1950s Jim Crow America in search of his missing father. This begins a struggle to survive and overcome both the racist terrors of white America and the terrifying monsters that could be ripped from a Lovecraft paperback”.

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LIANNE LA HAVAS


Album: Lianne La Havas || Artist: Lianne La Havas|| Genre: Singer/ Songwriter & Neo Soul|| Label: Warner Records UK|| Release Date: 2020 ||Tracks : 12 || Available: here


Hadn’t been listening to a lot of music off late. That is … until Lianne La havas latest album dropped. To be more accurate, I was hooked from the moment I heard “Bittersweet” in February of 2020. After that initial taste I was craving more of wherever this slightly improved La Havas sound came from.

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MY READING PLANS FOR JULY

Hello fellow bibliophiles,

What are y’all up to?! 😊

Me … I guess I am slowly getting out of some sort of reading slump. This wasn’t a regular slump though and probably quarantine and/or black lives matter related. That being said … now feels like the best time to start doing whatever needs to be done to become whole again. For the month of July this means that I will carve out a substantial amount of time for reading.

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