Friday, October 11, 2013

Book Blogger Hop - 10/11 - 10/17


 QUESTION OF THE WEEK:

What scary book would you like turned into a feature film?




 MY ANSWER:

I don't really like to read scary books too much, but a book I read this summer, THE WIDOWS OF BRAXTON COUNTY, is scary enough for me and would make a great film.

It actually is more mystery than scary but has many characters that would be frightening.  :) 


19 comments:

  1. Happy Second Week in October. :)

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  2. I'm with you - I don't like scary books or movies!

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  3. Scary just doesn't work for me. THANKS for stopping, Kathy.

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  4. A good mild scare is good for me every once in a while. Have a great Friday Elizabeth :-)
    Here's my answer
    http://moniquesmobooks.blogspot.ca/2013/10/book-blogger-hop-15-october-11th-17th.html

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  5. I don't even like mild scares. :)

    THANKS for stopping, Monique. Heading over to your post.

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  6. I prefer mysteries to scary books too, horror has never been my genre of choice. I just read your review for The Widows of Braxton and it does sound like it would make a good, creepy film.

    Happy Friday!

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  8. Heartbroken and Darkness My Old Friend, both by Lisa Unger, aren't scary per se but deliver enough chills to make you wary of your own shadow. I think they would be great as movies.

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  9. Lisa Unger is good...thanks for sharing your thoughts, Carmen.

    THANKS for stopping.


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  10. I agree, Whitney...scary isn't for me.

    Murder works, though. :)

    THANKS for stopping.

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  11. I haven't read many mysteries lately, but a somewhat spooky mystery might be the perfect book to read on a rainy October day!

    --Brenda @Daily Mayo

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  12. Thanks for stoppin at my blog. Always great seeing you

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  13. I like mysterious scary better than gore scary anyday. LOL!

    BTW, I got your email and I will send you the details soon. Thanks

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  14. The Widows of Braxton County sounds interesting. I don't read a lot of scary but suspense is always great! :)

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  15. Thanks for stopping, kipha.

    It was suspenseful. Hope you get to read it.

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  16. THANKS, Alysia, for stopping and for the details.

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  17. Thanks for stopping back, Ashely.

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  18. A rainy, October day would be perfect for the Widows of Braxton County. I hope you get to read it.

    THANKS for stopping, Brenda.

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  19. Never heard of this book, I will have to check it out!

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