Many of those who have read Jack Weyland's novel "Charly" or who have enjoyed the feature film based on it have had a number of unanswered questions--the first being how someone as charming and fun-loving as Charly could in any way be attracted to Sam, the straight-faced, socially awkward Mormon from Utah. Jack's new novel "Charly's Diary" answers this and many other questions. The premise is that Charly, an art student from NYC, always carried a sketch pad with her. As she and Sam became friends, she turned her sketch pad into a diary which recorded many details of her life as well as the health challenges she and Sam had to face. So this is told from Charly's point of view. If you loved "Charly" and have always wanted to know more about this epic love story, this is your chance.
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About the Author
Even though Jack Weyland has written over thirty published novels for young adults, his day job has always been teaching university physics. Jack and his wife Sheryl have five children and 18 grandchildren. In 2011, Jack received the Whitney Award for outstanding achievement as a writer. Over the years his books have sold over a million copies