Clear all your plans for Saturday, August 9th because it’s Book Lovers Day!
The JJJ Book Club never really needs an official day to kick back with a good book and a yummy drink, but it’s nice to know it’s there.
We’ve gathered up our fave books that are releasing this month just for this day. Check them out below! More Here! »
Have you seen the new “Harry Potter” book covers from Bloomsbury?
Selected by both author J.K. Rowling and Bloomsbury, the covers feature the art of Jonny Duddle.
“I’m hugely excited to work my way through the wonderful books. I couldn’t have asked for more enjoyable subject matter. It’s exciting, daunting and I feel the weight of responsibility, and I’m just hoping that my illustrations faithfully reflect the characters and world created by J.K.Rowling,” Jonny shared in a statement.
The new covers are expected to hit shelves in the UK on September 1st, and will also be available as eBooks on Pottermore.
WHAT DO YOU THINK of the new covers?
JJJ is totally geeking out over here after learning that author Margaret Stohl is entering the Marvel world!
The Beautiful Creatures co-writer announced at 2014 Comic-Con that she landed a book deal with Disney Hyperion that will explore the Marvel universe for the young adult audience.
While details are still being kept under wraps, Margaret took to Twitter to express her excitement.
“I’ve made two #Marvel games- #Spiderman and #FantasticFour. So #MarvelYA is like coming full circle for me, couldn’t be happier. #nerdgirl,” Margaret tweeted, later adding, “So I take it you heard my news? Thanks for the love, guys! My readers are the best! We’re going to have a lot of fun! #MarvelYA”
We can’t wait to find out more! Be sure to keep an eye on the JJJ Book Club for more details!
ARE YOU EXCITED to find out more about Margaret Stohl’s next book project?
Danielle Campbell and Leah Pipes look super cute while walking the red carpet at the CBS, CW, and Showtime Party held during the 2014 Television Critics Association Summer Press Tour on Thursday (July 17) at the Pacific Design Center in West Hollywood, Calif.
It was announced this week that their show The Originals will be turned into a book series!
The three books will feature entirely new stories about the characters from the television series and will be released in February 2015, April 2015, and June 2015, according to Media Bistro.
FYI: Danielle is wearing an AQ/AQ dress, Chinese Laundry heels, a Tory Burch clutch, and jewelry by Bauble Bar and Capewell & Co.
10+ pics inside… More Here! »
Did you know it’s National Independent Book Store Month…or Weeks? July is the month where you should seek out the oddball, weird, cozy and cool bookshops in your neighborhood.
Don’t know where they are? Find one!
Also, this month JJJ Book Club is apparently fascinated with disappearances, dystopia and dream lands in our book picks. We don’t know how that happened!
Check out our full list of favorites releasing this month inside… More Here! »
Looks like we’ll be getting that “Maximum Ride” movie…sort of.
The eight-book fantasy franchise — which the JJJ Book Club confesses is one of our faves — is going to a miniseries on YouTube, Variety reports.
Written by James Patterson, the “Maximum Ride” series centers on six kids who have been genetically modified to be 98% human and 2% bird — giving them wings and the power of flight. After they escape from the lab facility known as The School and are pursued by their former captors.
“‘Maximum Ride’ has a massive global fan base and it is very exciting to think about connecting with them online,” Mr. Patterson shared in a statement. “I’m confident that CDS will help introduce the book series to a completely new audience as well.”
A few years ago, Columbia Pictures had acquired the film rights before it shifted over to Universal Pictures. However, a Universal rep said “Maximum Ride” is no longer in development at the studio.
WHAT DO YOU THINK of “Maximum Ride” becoming a mini-series?
While Shailene Woodley and Theo James are still shooting Insurgent in Atlanta, Summit Entertainment has already recruited screenwriter Noah Oppenheim to pen the adaption of Allegiant.
Noah, who also penned the script for The Maze Runner, is attached to just the first part of Allegiant, which is being split into two films, according to THR.
In the dystopian franchise written by Veronica Roth, people are divided into groups by certain values. Allegiant is expected to debut in theaters on March 18th, 2016 and Part 2 will hit on March 24th, 2017.
Allegiant sees Tris and Four discovering that the world they grew up in may all be a lie, and they’ll have to make hard choices that could change their lives forever.