Monday web roundup
--Apparently Agatha Christie and Quentin Tarantino have something in common. Who knew?
--Also, what do the Lockerbie bomber, Dick Cheney, Janet Jackson and Tom Ridge have in common? They’re all penning tell-all books.
--Oh, and this is what’s on Dick Cheney’s bookshelf.
--Director Peter Jackson explains how he adapted the book The Lovely Bones to film in this short featurette.
--And I don’t think the president will have much time to enjoy Martha’s Vineyard if he actually reads everything on this reading list for the week. What, no Julie & Julia?
--Would you watch an “Antiques Roadshow” for books? I don't know if I could handle all the excitement.
--Elisabeth Gilbert talks to the New York Times about the anxiety she felt writing the follow up to Eat, Pray, Love.
--And finally, with all the vampire lore out there in the literary realm, I guess it had to happen: Twilight author Stephenie Meyer is being sued for copyright infringement.