Author Archives: jamesnsimpson

life-in-parts-fig-1 January 05

An autobiography from Bryan Cranston, an actor who has been in the iconic show of each of the last three decades

A Life in Parts, Bryan Cranston’s Autobiography Well perhaps Malcolm in the Middle wasn’t the biggest show of the Zero Decade, but it was still a pretty successful and massively viewed show that went for seven seasons, won a heap of Golden Globes and Emmy Awards, many of which saw Bryan Cranston nominated for best […]

seinfeldia-008 November 16

Seinfeldia – a book about nothing

If you’re a fan of the greatest show ever to air on television, you should definitely check out Seinfeldia: How a Show About Nothing Changed Everything by Jennifer Armstrong. Granted you might know a fair bit of the information already on these pages, if you’ve watched the Seinfeld DVDs with commentary going, or watched the extras also […]

Want to Read Some More Good Movies August 12

Want to Read Some More Good Movies?

Well it’s been nearly four years since I wrote the original Want to Read A Good Movie? which you’ll find here at https://gcbooks.wordpress.com/2012/12/09/want-to-read-a-good-movie/ That page has gotten pretty big with updates over the years, and there’s been a few good movies from non English speaking countries that have arrived lately into our collection, so I figured instead of adding to […]

Want to be Invisible July 24

Invisible Man Fiction, Love to Be Invisible! You May Not After Reading/Watching These!

Since you were a kid you’ve dreamt of nothing better than being able to be in the same room as that certain someone you like as they get undressed with them having no idea you’re even there. Or maybe as you go older you wanted to listen in on confidential conversations, get stock or business […]

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Not So Long Ago, in a Library Catalogue Only a Few Keyboard Types Away……

Other interesting Star Wars items you’ll find in our libraries Elstree 1976 – Basically this is an interview with mostly the extras and actors who had a few lines (although some of them iconic, such as “These are not the droids we’re looking for”), who turned up for a movie they thought might get shown […]

Great Scott September 25

“Sports Almanacs! Where We’re Going, We Don’t Need Sports Almanacs!” What to do if You See Marty McFly on October 21 2015

In under a month’s time on October 21 according to footage found amongst the mangled wreckage of a Delorean, after a train ploughed into it when for some reason it was parked on train tracks back in 1985, it is likely that a young man named Marty McFly will appear in one our branches looking […]

June 09

Schools From Fiction (Books, TV and Movies) Class Reunion – Remember the Days of the Old Fictional School Yard!

So you’ve  got a class reunion coming up and you’re worrying about all those countless novels and movies where some kid everyone picked on back then kills you, along with all your other classmates one by one. But while you’re thinking about that and wondering if you should go, you’re also remembering the good old days. Such as the […]

Girl with books authors names November 11

Ever Wanted to Read Your Favourite Character from One Book Together With a Different Top Author’s Character in the One Story?

Face Off brings two (or three with one story) big name authors together to write a short story using a character from one of their series that meets the other author’s popular series main character. Author duets if you will. Although the title is called Face Off, and as the words around the title on […]

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Should You Read a Book About Neil Patrick Harris? If You Answer Yes Click Here to Learn More

You are reading the Bookcoasters website homepage. You initially wanted to search for something but have found typing in  faint grey letters on an ocean background in the search box hard to see what you are typing, you’ve made a few typos and have given up. You really wanted something good to read but you’re sick of the […]

number one fan July 12

What if Stephen King is Actually a Serial Killer?

What if the reason scenes in his novels seem so realistic and terrifying, is because Stephen actually did the research with actual victims in real life first? Number One Fan is a novella by Ryan Wiley that tells the story through the eyes of a 14 year old boy who is Stephen Michaels’ biggest fan and what happens […]