Pete Hautman has had numerous novels published since 1993. His 2004 coming-of-age novel "Godless" won the National Book Award for Young People's Literature. His latest book, "Blank Confession," is about a teen who walks into a police station and announces that he killed someone.
Hautman visits Writers Talk where he shares insight into his novels, and explains what qualifies as a successful day of writing for him.
October 19, 2010