More About the Author
Catherine Levison is the author of four books. Her writing career began in 1996 with a highly successful series of books on the well-known Charlotte Mason method of education currently published by Sourcebooks. She is the contributing author in Broadman and Holman's "Homeschooling Methods" and a long-term newspaper columnist in "The Link." Many of her articles and interviews have been published in major magazines and she has been featured on ABC's World News. Catherine's international public speaking appearances number in the hundreds and include numerous keynote addresses as far away as Seoul, Korea.
Catherine Levison's recently released book, "No One Ever Asked Me That" is not about homeschooling. It is a fun yet important book designed for people from all walks of life. Levison's interest in meaningful conversations led her to develop a series of questions to enable others to speak comfortably on deep issues. Her book compiles interviews, held over the course of more than a decade with a diverse group of people, from monks, to teachers, to dish washers as well as a bank president, a neurosurgeon and a marine biologist. The conversations included forty-two people from all over the world and from every economic and educational level. They also represent a wide variety of religious and scientific backgrounds. The results are thought-provoking, often surprising and make this a truly unforgettable book.