Tuesday Talks: Do You Always Read Books Before The Movies?

Tuesday Talks: Do You Always  Read Books Before The Movies?


Hello Everyone! Welcome to Tuesday Talks with It’s Storytime with Van Daniker!

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Today’s topic is: Do you always read books before the movies?

As much as I would love to read books before the movies, it is not physically possible to read every book that is turned into a movie. Some books I do read and others I watch the movie first. It depends on my mood and what kind of book/movie we’re talking about. Divergent, for example, made me want to read the books after I watched the movie. Then there are some movies that I had no idea was based on a book prior to watching. Meg Cabot’s The Princess Diaries series is an example of this. I do read a lot of books that turned into movies, but I do not read always them prior to a movie.

What about you? Do you always read books before the movies? Leave your comments below.


About Becky

I’m Becky! I’m 25 years old and I recently had the opportunity to be on the street team for one of the authors that I enjoy reading. This was an opportunity where I helped her promote her new release. Through this experience I learned that I enjoyed learning about different ways to promote books. Reading has always been a passion of mine and I love helping other authors, especially ones who aren’t known very well, and promote their books in any way that I can. I love Jesus, relaxing by the beach, listening to music, spending time with my friends and family, superheroes, and my two awesome puppies. I graduated with a degree in counseling from Trinity College of Florida in 2014 and spent a year studying the Word of God at Word of Life Florida Bible Institute in 2010.

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