TNT Announces Original Movies Based on Novels by Lisa Gardner, Scott Turow, and More

| May 19 | 0 Comments

Yesterday, at their Upfront presentation in New York, TNT and TBS announced their 2011-2012 TV programming slate of new projects (our friends at Daemon’s TV have full coverage of the announcement). Book lovers will be excited to hear that TNT announced a new lineup of original movies based on the bestselling novels of authors like Scott Turow, Lisa Gardner, Sandra Brown, Mary and Carol Higgins […]


LOVE YOU MORE by Lisa Gardner [Review]

| Apr 18 | 0 Comments

If you liked Lisa Gardner’s award winning 2010 book, The Neighbor, you’re going to want to pick up her latest novel, Love You More. Detective D.D. Warren is once again partnered with Massachusetts state trooper Bobby Dodge to solve a murder. This time they’re investigating one of their own, fellow state trooper Tessa Leoni. Trooper Leoni’s husband is dead and she has confessed to shooting […]


New Book Releases July 2010

| Jul 1 | 0 Comments

With new releases from Nora Roberts, Daniel Silva, and Jennifer Weiner, July is another big month for books. Take a look at some upcoming book releases I think you’ll be interested in. The Island by Elin Hilderbrand Available July 6, 2010 (Order on Amazon) From the publisher: From New York Times bestseller Elin Hilderbrand, a new novel set on Tuckernuck, a tiny island off the […]


Kristen’s Favorite Books of 2009

| Dec 15 | 1 Comment

It’s hard to believe that 2009 is coming to a close and we’re about to enter a new decade. As the end of the year approaches, I’ve been looking back at all the books I’ve read in 2009 and I made a list of a few that stood out from the rest. These might not be the best books of the year, but they are […]


THE NEIGHBOR by Lisa Gardner [Review]

| Aug 3 | 0 Comments

If I had to describe The Neighbor in one word, that word would be tense. This psychological thriller had me anxiously holding my breath and staying up late into the night to find out what would happen next. The ripped from the headlines premise is that pretty, young schoolteacher Sandra Jones has gone missing without a trace from her Boston home. There’s no body, but […]