Movie Trailer Monday: The Lone Ranger

Lots of great movies start off as books — The Lone Ranger started as a radio play, then became a series of books, then a TV show, and now a Johnny Depp movie. We’ve enjoyed its transition through different media, and this trailer makes us excited to see how the […]

InstaReading: Please Kill Me

We’re experimenting with Instagram’s new video feature and doing mini book readings. Let us if you like it, and we’ll keep it up!  

Movie Trailer Monday: Mister Pip

One of our customers at Church Street came in yesterday morning and bought Mr. Pip. By that afternoon, he’d finished it and came back to discuss. He didn’t know it was being turned into a movie, so this one’s for you, Coke — wonder if you’ll enjoy this one as […]

Carrie Takes New York

Tonight, I’m packing my bags and packing my books (well, downloading my books to Kobo), because I’m about to head to New York. Am I going for the restaurants, the shopping, the sites? No. (Well, yes — I hope to fit some of that in.) But, really, I’m going for […]

Will Amazon PAY You to Write Fan Fiction?

If you follow about a zillion book-related Twitter feeds like I do (Oh, you don’t? Well … okay.), you already know the news: Amazon is launching a new service that pays for fan fiction. Or, actually, they kind of pay for fan fiction. Maybe. If it’s popular, and sex-free, and […]

Movie Trailer Monday: Ender’s Game

We loved Ender’s Game, so now we wonder — will we love the movie just as much? Check out the trailer and see if you’re as excited as we are to see if the film can live up to our imaginations.                   […]

Rules of Civility: A Novel in the Spirit of The Great Gatsby

The Great Gatsby is currently inspiring Baz Luhrmann, Leonardo DiCaprio and Carey Mulligan, but the (arguably) Great American Novel has a farther reach than just Hollywood. It’s also played muse to generations of readers, drinkers, cheaters and partiers — and more than a few authors. But, though imitation may be […]

Movie Trailer Monday: The Reluctant Fundamentalist

Junot Diaz, author of the wildly popular* The Brief Wondrous Life of Oscar Wao, called The Reluctant Fundamentalist, “One of those achingly assured novels that makes you happy to be a reader.” We here at PostScript agree — the novel, about an American-bred Pakistani man who is steamrolled by anti-Arab […]

For the Love of Books

We had such a great time last week sharing books with the city of Birmingham through Bookstravaganza. Here are a few highlights shared with us by some of the contest winners. Want to share your picture or story from the Scavenger Hunt? Send us an email at postscriptbooks@gmail.com. Thanks again […]

Movie Trailer Monday: Catching Fire

The Hunger Games Catching Fire trailer premiered yesterday, and it looks like this one will be even more intense than the first one! We’re excited to see our favorites back in the sequel, and we can’t wait to see the whole movie. Until then, here’s a taste …   Are […]

Movie Trailer Monday: Great Gatsby

We have to admit — we’re skeptical about the new movie version of any classic novel, and since The Great Gatsby is (arguably) the classic American novel, the new version coming to theaters May 10 has us more than a little concerned. On the other hand, director Baz Luhrmann has […]