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TORA! TORA! TORA! The 75th Anniversary of Pearl Harbor

Read an excerpt from the AP Special Anniversary Edition commemorating the events of December 7th, 1941.

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Book to Film: Frozen

The Snow Queen by Hans Christian Andersen is the only fairy tale that gave me nightmares when I was a kid. And it still does.

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Author Essay

Is the Zombie Fad Over? Live Video Chat with Scott Sigler

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.

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The Art of Living Superstitiously (Happy Friday the 13th!)

It's not just Friday the 13th. Any day can bring back luck, unless you avoid the obvious traps.

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Author Essay

Scott Sigler on 5 SciFi Movies that Influenced His Writing

My main writing influence wasn’t books and authors, it was movies and directors. I learned to tell better stories by watching masters make you writhe in your seat for 90 minutes.

By Scott Sigler, author of Pandemic • 3 years ago
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The Highlight Function on Your eReader: Love It or Hate It?

It’s a little ironic: technology meant for convenience in our ever-faster paced world actually invites me to take my time.

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What Book Should Be Made Into a Movie?

“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.

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Books and Booze: 5 Delicious Pairings

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.

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