Last Thing Hits #4 At Nook Books

The Last Thing I Remember, the first book in Andrew’s Homelanders series of thrillers for young adults, hit #4 at Barnes & Noble’s Nook Books site over the weekend. Last Thing was selected as The Daily…

Andrew Commits to “Kwik Krimes”

Andrew has taken on the challenge of writing a full-fledged crime story in under a thousand words (about three pages) for an upcoming anthology to be entitled Kwik Krimes. All in all, the anthology will include…

First Review for “Crazy Dangerous”

The fiction trade publication Romantic Times has brought out the first pre-publication review of my new young adult thriller Crazy Dangerous: Klavan presents the story of a good kid who falls in with a bad crowd and…

Values And Capitalism Interview

  Here’s an interview I did with RJ Moeller for the Values and Capitalism project of the American  Enterprise Institute.  RJ and I covered a lot of territory, including the joys and sorrows of working in…

Andrew’s Favorite Joke Revealed!

An essay by Andrew entitled “No Joke” will appear in the next issue of City Journal, and should be available online, appropriately enough, early in April.  The article tells Andrew’s favorite joke and explains why many…

“If We Survive” Jacket

I have to say, this is the second jacket in a row the folks at Thomas Nelson have hit out of the park IMHO. If you look over at the news column, you’ll see my young…

Second YA Stand-Alone Scheduled for November

The second of Andrew’s two 2011 stand-alone young adult novels is now available for pre-order.  As already announced, the first novel, Crazy Dangerous, will be published by Thomas Nelson May 1. Now, Nelson says the second…

Animal Hour Comes Round Again

Nice news — over in the news section — that my screenplay adaptation of my novel Animal Hour has been optioned for film. I was always fond of the premise of this book. Girl goes to…

Andrew’s “Animal Hour” Optioned for Film

Andrew’s 1993 thriller novel The Animal Hour has been optioned for film by Double Life Productions. The company has worked in the past with Millennium Films, producer of The Expendables. The option came on the strength…

So Long, Kid

My Wall Street Journal op-ed saluting baseball great Gary Carter now seems to be out from behind the paywall. I wish I had written it while he was still alive, but I just couldn’t bring myself to do…