Today we have a Top 10 list by Julie N. Ford, author of Replacing Gentry, a modern take on classic gothic romance novels Rebecca and Jane Eyre. I asked her to list down her Top 10 books that would be great as movies. Check out her list and read more about the book below. Don’t forget to enter the Rafflecopter giveaway for a chance to win a $50 gift card. :)
Top 10 books that would be great if turned into movies:
- Linda Castillo’s, Kate Burkholder series. They made the first one into a TV movie but I think these books would make great feature films.
- Hissy Fit by Mary Kay Andrews
- Grounding Quinn by Stephanie Campbell
- Finding Alaska by John Green
- My Heart for Yours by Jolene Perry and Stephanie Campbell
- Wither by Lauren DeStefano
- I Don’t Want to Kill You by Dan Wells
- Shattered by Karen Robards
- The Heretic’s Daughter by Kathleen Kent
- Honestly Dearest, You’re Dead by Jack Fredrickson
Oops I’ve never even read any of these. Did any of your favorites make it into her list? ;)
Do check out her book Replacing Gentry. I happen to love gothic stuff. Makes me think of old mansions that have vast and creepy untended gardens with floor fountains that don’t really work. You know what I mean? I think I might enjoy this one. :)
About the Author
Julie N. Ford graduated from San Diego State University with a BA in Political Science and a minor in English Literature. In addition, she has a Masters in Social Work from the University of Alabama. Professionally, she has worked in teaching and as a Marriage & Family Counselor. She is the author of two women’s fiction novels, The Woman He Married and No Holly for Christmas, published in 2011. In addition, she wrote a romance/chick-lit novel, Count Down to Love, also published in 2011. Count Down to Love was a 2011 Whitney Award finalist. Her next novel, Replacing Gentry, is due for release April 9th, 2013.
Currently, she lives in Nashville, TN with her husband, two daughters and one hedgehog.
About Replacing Gentry
When Marlie agrees to attend a cadaver ball at Vanderbilt Medical School, she did not expect to actually see any cadavers. Or, that a strange apparition would issue her a chilling message.
Despite the cadaver’s warning, Marlie is married a year later to Tennessee State Senator, Daniel Cannon, and living in a plantation-style mansion with two step sons. Add to the mix her growing suspicion that something is amiss with the death of Daniel’s first wife, Gentry; and newlywed Marlie is definitely in over her pretty Yankee head.
What begins as an innocent inquiry into her new husband’s clouded past, ends with Marlie in the midst of a dangerous conspiracy.
A modern twist on the classic Gothic romance novels of Rebecca and Jane Eyre, Replacing Gentry follows Marlie’s precarious journey as she learns the truth about the man she married.