Scott Sigler wrote his first monster story in the third grade and hasn't stopped since. A creator of novels, short stories and screenplays, Scott's work revolves around modern science's dichotomy of simultaneously producing good and evil.
“The book was better,” is an idea that readers have embraced for decades, but that old adage might need a rewrite. When done well, films can maintain the artistic vision of the original book to become smash successes.
Alcohol and literature go together like gin and tonic. While authors have a reputation for hitting the bottle - thanks for that, Hemingway - the relationship between readers and a good tipple often goes unremarked.