Canned Laughter & Coffee Presents Author Ari Berk

I’d have climbed out of my own deathbed for this one (oh, wait! I think I did!)  Ari Berk, author of “Death Watch” the first book in “The Undertaken Trilogy”, joins me for a lively chat about: his fantastic books, how to get a job watching “The Lord of the Rings” and why you should never leave two nerds unattended–I think I’m in love with this man!  “Death Watch” sets a new standard for YA literature and if you haven’t yet heard of this amazing tale of a seaside town and necropolis–you have now.  No excuses.  Go get your copy.





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  1. I laughed when I read “…why you should never leave two nerds unattended…” Very true!

    The books sounds like a great read!


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