The Last Days of Night by Graham Moore to be a motion picture. Shared Via Deadline

EXCLUSIVE: Teddy Schwarzman’s Black Bear Pictures has won an auction that puts him back together with Graham Moore and Morten Tyldum, with whom he made the Oscar Best Picture-nominated hit The Imitation Game. Schwarzman has acquired a package for The Last Days Of Night, which Moore (who won an Oscar for adapting The Imitation Game) […] via ‘The Imitation Game’s Black Bear Pictures Wins ‘The Last Days Of Night’ Auction With Graham Moore, Morten Tyldum — Deadline

Subscription Box Review: Cozy Reader Club

Cozy Reader Club is a monthly subscription box which caters to readers who love to snuggle up on the couch or in a bubble bath with a good book, a sweet snack and a warm cup of something to drink. Busy moms, moms-to-be, any woman with a busy life- this is the box for you!…

Book Review: Patient H.M. by Luke Dittrich

There really is nothing else like it. The human brain creates the human mind, and then the human mind tries to understand the human brain, however long it takes and whatever the cost. Drawing from his family’s intimate history, Patient H.M by Luke Dittrich chronicles, both anecdotally and factually, the story of how our understanding of…

Book Review: The Assassin Game by Kirsty McKay

“Welcome to the Game, apprentices.” Alex walks down the steps and on to the sand, smiling at us. “Be happy. You are the chosen few.”  The Assassin Game by Kirsty McKay is a young adult thriller about a boarding school tradition that quickly takes a perilous turn. Cate is a slightly above average student surrounded by…

Book Review: Monterey Bay by Lindsay Hatton

As she wakes, she remembers three things he once tried to teach her. First, that human blood contains the exact same liquid-to-salt ratio as text ocean. Second, that murder can be necessary. Third, that living in a tank is exactly like being in love. Alternating between 1940 and 1998 Monterey Bay by Lindsay Hatton follows Margot Fiske…

Book Review: Dark Matter by Blake Crouch 

“Imagine you’re a fish, swimming in a pond. You can move forward and back, side to side, but never up out of the water. If someone were standing beside the pond, watching you, you’d have no idea they were there. To you, that little pond is an entire universe. Now imagine that someone reaches down…