Today we are thrilled to interview author Josh Berk. Josh is the author of teen novels, The Dark Days of Hamburger Halpin (a best book for teens 2010 by both Kirkus Reviews and Amazon.com) and Guy Langman: Crime Scene Procrastinator (to be published in 2012). Josh studied young adult literature in graduate school at the University of Pittsburgh, which inspired him to start writing his own YA novels. Josh is a librarian living in Bethlehem, PA.
Sean Covey's The 7 Habits of Highly Effective Teens has helped hundreds of thousands of teens find a path toward success and personal fulfilment. Now, with Daily Reflections for Highly Effective Teens, comes a book that will inspire teens to understand, appreciate, and internalize the power of the 7 Habits.
Our guest is Chris Crutcher, award-winning author of thirteen books, including Angry Management, Deadline and Whale Talk. Prior to his work as an author, he taught school and was a child and family therapist specializing in abuse and neglect, which has contributed to his ability to infuse his literary work with realism. His signature blend of tragedy and comedy have made him a favorite with teen and adult readers.