Hilary Mantel’s Tudor novels coming to TV – CSMonitor.com
Hilary Mantel’s bestselling historical novels “Wolf Hall” and “Bring Up the Bodies” will be adapted into a miniseries for BBC that will air in 2013.
The miniseries will be in six parts and will be adapted by “Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy” co-writer Peter Straughan.
“Wolf Hall” centers on Thomas Cromwell, an advisor to King Henry VIII, and his attempts to navigate the treacherous waters of the English court, while “Bring Up the Bodies” tells the story of Henry’s second, ill-fated wife Anne Boleyn.
BBC News – Thieves steal maple syrup stash from Canada warehouse
I thought thieves having sticky fingers was just a metaphor.
Thieves steal maple syrup stash from Canada warehouse
31 August 2012 Last updated at 13:12 ET
Maple syrup is a completely natural product made in limited quantities.
Thieves in Canada have stolen millions of dollars worth of highly prized maple syrup from a storage facility, Quebec police have said.
Why self-publishing is no longer a vanity project | Books | The Observer
As Penguin CEO John Makinson said: “Self-publishing has moved into the mainstream of our industry”. It’s hard to overstate what a radical change this is for publishing…