Thursday, April 29, 2010

Lively Librarian's 3rd Contest!


Hello Readers

It's time for another contest on Lively Librarian!

For a chance to win a $25 Amazon gift card just answer the following question by leaving your answer in the comments.

What is your favorite book to film adaption?

The winner will be chosen by comment number at random and is not based on your answer. If you are a blogger or have a URL please feel free to share that info! Deadline to enter is 8:00 am 5/7/10.

I will post the winner's name by noon on Friday, May 7 on Lively Librarian and the winner must contact me at livelylibrarian at comcast.net with an email address to claim your prize.

Good luck and thanks for reading!

P.S. The picture above is my favorite book to film adaption. I'm sure that doesn't shock any of my readers.

9 comments:

Jon said...

Easy! "The Wings Of The Dove" (1902 H.James/1997 Hossein Amini) first one that came to mind!

Rebecca said...

Stephen King's The Green Mile. Wonderful story, almost even better movie.

HOOTe CAT blot said...

oh pal... i don't read many books, but i do film adaptation pretty good! specially if there's food involved. YUM!

stevethree said...

I have to agree with you. The A&E Pride and Prejudice is the best. Oh how I love Colin Firth. Just wish I had 6 hours to devote to it these days.

Katy Vance said...

My favorite is "The Hitchhiker's guide to the galaxy". I always wonder what Zaphod Beeblebrox's second head looked like, now I know!

So long and thanks for all the fish!
Katy

Heather said...

Practical Magic. Probably one of my favorite movies of all time. Sigh... ;-)

gaaarp said...

My favorite book-to-movie adaptation: Accidental Tourist. Although The World According to Garp is a very close second.

Elle said...

Oh my gosh, it would have to be The Princess Bride. Or the LOTR trilogy. I'd prefer so many things hadn't been left out of the Harry Potter movies, but they're still great fun to watch! Guess it's hard to choose just one.

Mick said...

O Brother, Where Art Thou? Is a brilliant adaption of the Odyssey.