Feature and Follow: Turning Movies Into Books

Q: Books are turned into movies all the time! Turn it around. What movie would make a great book?.

A: They are turning the tables on book bloggers LOL. What movie would I like to see turned into a book? I would say Drive with Ryan Gosling. I'd love to read how each scene was created, reading for the first time in print rather than in film. I like a little drama and excitement in my books, and that one would fit the bill.

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F&F: First you leave your name here on this post using the linky tools, grab the code under the #FF picture and put it in your post, and then visit as many blogs as you want on the list and tell them “hi” in their comments or respond to their question. If someone follows you, it's courtesy to follow back. It's a great way to see what other book bloggers are reading now, and how they feel about the weekly question.

OK, what movie would you like to see turned into a book? Enter the linky and leave a comment below.


  1. Hi Renee! I haven't seen Driver so I can't comment on your choice. But I do like Ryan Gosling so maybe I need to look into this film.

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  2. I hadn't seen Drive yet I don't think, it sounds familar though.

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  3. Hopping through. I've never seen Drive. What's it about?
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    1. Hi Alison! The only way I can describe it is the main character is a good buy/bad guy/good guy. And the movie has lots of car chases. LOL Checking out your pick right now. :) Thanks for stopping by!

  4. I haven't seen driver but it does sound like a good idea. Congrats on getting 100 followers! I just made it 101. ;)

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    Cindy @ http://bookaholicfaggots.blogspot.com

  5. Ooh nice! I don't think I know that movie! But I do like Ryan!

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    1. Everyone likes Ryan, right? LOL Loved your pick this week, Jessica! Always fun :)

  6. Hopping through, this was a hard one for me! New follower via twitter.
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  7. Haven't seen that one, will have to try it!

    I'm a new follower :D Here is my FFF

  8. I really don't watch movies so not sure what I could turn into a book, but the two books below would make good movies.

    Excuse my turn around of the question please.

    Giveaway going on at my blog for THE GIRL ON THE CLIFF.

    SOUTH OF BROAD by Pat Conroy or CITY OF WOMEN by David R. Gillham would make great movies.

    Silver's Reviews

  9. I haven't seen driver yet, but I totally want to because of Ryan :')


  10. Never saw this movie,sounds exciting.


  11. I never saw the movie either, but car chases? Niiice. I could see those being some intense adrenaline filled chapters. New follower via GFC.

  12. I haven't seen that one, but heard there wasn't a lot of dialogue, mostly action. Sounds like it would be an interesting book! :) New follower:


  13. Drive would be an epic book. Old follower : )

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  14. I haven't seen Drive, but I've wanted too!
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    Kristen @OCA

  15. Great Answer!

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  16. I'm participating and I've followed your blog.
    Hope you can make the trip over to mine :)

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  17. I haven't see Drive either, but your reasons for wanting to read it in a book sound like why I chose the movie I did as well. :)

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    Julie~ New Adult Addiction

  18. I haven't seen 'Drive' but heard it was pretty good and I wouldn't doubt that it would be a great read! :)

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