My Year in Reading: Cassie-la’s July 2017 Bookstagram Wrap Up

Enjoy judging books by their covers?

Welcome to Bookstagram — also referred to as Instabook — a hashtag-based section of Instagram where bibliophiles show off their current reads, bookish collections and literary purchases.

While I have mostly moved away from Bookstagram challenges, because ain’t nobody got time for that, I have not abandoned you, Bookstagram! Head below the jump to see all my photos from July.

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Here Are the Bookish Trailers + Posters You May Have Missed from San Diego Comic-Con 2017

Today marks the end of San Diego Comic-Con 2017, and as in years past, studios are putting almost everything online after their panels to avoid poorly leaked footage from con attendees.

Keep reading to watch all the book-related trailers and see all the posters you may have missed from this year’s event (in order of excitement of course) below.

Ready Player One – First Trailer

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Book Cover Battle: ‘The Savage Dawn’ by Melissa Grey – US Cover VS. UK Cover

Tomorrow (July 11) marks the release of the third and final book in Melissa Grey’s The Girl At Midnight series: The Savage Dawn!

To celebrate The Savage Dawn’s book birthday, we thought another book cover battle was in order — especially considering The Girl at Midnight was our first ever BCB!

Which cover reigns supreme, the US version (left) or the UK version (right)?

Keep reading for an official synopsis and vote for which cover you think wore it better below.

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My Year in Reading: Cassie-la’s June 2017 Bookstagram Wrap Up

Welcome to Bookstagram, a hashtag-based corner of of Instagram — also referred to as Instabook — where book lovers share their current reads, book hauls and photos of anything literary.

Check it out for yourself by perusing the #bookstagram or #instabook hashtags on Instagram.

Keep scrolling to see my June contributions to the Bookstagram community below!

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HBO is Developing Four ‘Game of Thrones’ Spin-Offs Even Though We Still Haven’t Gotten ‘Winds of Winter’ Yet

Game of Thrones will draw to a close in 2018, but that doesn’t mean that HBO is ready to let its cash cow go, or that creator George R. R. Martin is ready to finally finish Winds of Winter.

The network has announced that it is currently developing four spin-off series from four different writers. Martin will assist with writing on two of these projects.

The writers include Max Borenstein, who most recently penned Kong: Skull Island, Jane Goldman of Kingsman and X-Men: First Class fame, A Knight’s Tale‘s Brian Helgeland and Carly Wray from Mad Men.

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