It’s been a pretty crazy/awful week for those of us in the US, so let’s try and distract ourselves, shall we?
Book Related Things
YAAAAAAAAY. Laini Taylor will be releasing a novella following Daughter of Smoke & Bone’s Zuzana and Mik on their first date. I mean, I’ll take anything set in that universe.
This week, the internet learned about dinosaur erotica. Smart Bitches reviewed one of them here. And one of the authors gave an interview (which has me convinced she’s both awesome and a savvy businesswoman.)
Bridget Jones fans...you probably don't want to read this spoiler filled plot description of the third book in the series.
Scribd is looking to become the Netflix of ebooks.
A great piece from Wired on ebooks and libraries. A must read for anyone who uses Overdrive.
First there was dog shaming. Now there’s librarian shaming.
Movie Related Things
Warner Bros. is trademarking a lot of new Harry Potter titles. Which means we might have a Tales Of Beedle The Bard and Quidditch Through The Ages movies on our hands.
So many Catching Fire links (it’s almost like the movie is coming out soon or something?!) We’ve got the final poster, Christina Aguilera’s single, EW’s cover variants, new stills and all the makeup from Covergirl Capitol collection.
A new The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug trailer is out.
Looks like a fourth Narnia movie is in the works. This time for The Silver Chair. (I’m curious to see how the first movie without any of the Pevensie children will do.)
Grab your cardigans kids, there’s going to be a Mr. Rogers biopic! Rejoice!
A ranking of all the love interests from the Mary Kate and Ashley movies. (Wrong, wrong! The Winning London boys should take the first and second spots!)
TV Related Things
MTV will be making a Scream TV show...with supernatural elements now? Apparently two of the writers of Revenge are working on the pilot.
Possible mini 90210 reunion in ABC Family’s Mystery Girls.
For the Summer Heights High fans out there...you’ll be happy to find out the world is being blessed with more Ja’mie King.
John Green’s Crash Course finally tackles the women's suffrage movement. Yay!
Want to know what it’s like being Daniel Radcliffe?
And that’s it for now! Anything we missed? Let us know in the comments below.