by Chris Rodell
A freelance writer since 1992, Rodell has found himself rasslin’ alligators, racing Ferraris, jumping out of airplanes and in one week gaining 20 pounds eating like Elvis for National Enquirer. Besides unconventional biographies on Fred Rogers and Arnold Palmer, his other books include Use All The Crayons! The Colorful Guide To Simple Human Happiness and The Last Baby Boomer. Rodell lives in Latrobe, PA, with his wife Valerie, their daughters, Josie and Lucy, and a small loud dog named Snickers.
It’s a complicated world out there and it takes a nimble mind to sort it all out. Rodell does it with style, warmth, an engaging euphoria and undaunted optimism that lets every reader know he enjoys being human and enjoys human beings.