Hulu & Netflix Adaptations To Fill You Up This November

Hulu & Netflix Adaptations To Fill You Up This November

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Whether you celebrate this month’s holiday of Thanksgiving or not, the cold season brings us a lot to be thankful for. Family, friends, warm clothes, and of course enough book content to fill your plate ten times over! So round the family up, and enjoy these amazing adaptations Netflix and Hulu have to offer. Every new release has been put into categories and include the Netflix and Hulu release dates to boot! Click on the titles or where it says “book” or “novel” to either the watch film/show trailer or to purchase the original book!            …

You Can Now Rent Hunter S. Thompson’s Cabin on AirBnb

You Can Now Rent Hunter S. Thompson’s Cabin on AirBnb

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Good news for all you drug-addled gonzo journalists scouring the mountains of Colorado, near Aspen: you can now rent the cabin that Hunter S. Thompson lived in during the latter portion of his life.     The property is up on Airbnb for $550 a night. Thompson’s widow, Anita Thompson, is renting out the lodge to support the Hunter S. Thompson scholarship for veterans at Columbia University. Thomson referred to the cabin located on Owl Farm as his “fortified compound.” He spent his days there drinking, taking drugs, shooting guns, and, of course, writing. It was also the location where …

Hunter S. Thompson’s Breakfast Routine Was as Intense as He Was

Hunter S. Thompson’s Breakfast Routine Was as Intense as He Was

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Hunter S. Thompson was quite the eclectic dude, but did you know that his favorite part of the day is breakfast? It’s easy to see why he loved the meal so much, especially due to his chaotic lifestyle where he was basically wasted 24/7 – he used breakfast as an anchor point, his connection to reality.   I like to eat breakfast alone, and almost never before noon; anybody with a terminally jangled lifestyle needs at least one psychic anchor every twenty four hours, and mine is breakfast. In Hong Kong, Dallas, or at home—and regardless of whether or not …

These 5 Documentaries About Authors Ought To Be At The Top of Your List

These 5 Documentaries About Authors Ought To Be At The Top of Your List

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I love documentaries, but every documentary I’ve watched lately has to do with nature, or food, or travel, or musicians. Seriously – George Harrison Living in the Material World, Chef’s Table, Mind of a Chef, Planet Earth, Blue Planet, etc. etc. blah blah blah. Where are all the documentaries about authors?    I put together a list of five documentaries about famous authors that are definitely worth seeing, but in spite of the struggle to put this list together, I’m still jonesing for more.   1. Margaret Atwood: Once in August   Image via Academy of American Poets   1984, a …