We have reached the final week of “class” in many ways; our EOC exam is Wednesday. This post includes information about deadlines and other end-of-year information.
In just a few short hours, I will be joining twenty other Kentucky authors at the Hopkins County-Madisonville Public Library’s Annual Author Reception. I’m excited to be a part of this event and hope to see you there! I will have copies of Don’t Ask Me to Leave available for purchase, or if you’ve already […]
I am in the process of revamping my website. Please forgive the digital “mess” (for example, reposting of Twitter links, etc.) for a bit as I get my new, shiny web interface all ironed out. Thank you!
One week ago, I was visiting family for the Spring Break school holidays. As we drove to church, the skies were thinking about clouding up, and the wind was beginning to whip. During services, it steadily darkened, and the sky grew angry.
What an incredibly long first day it has been. I’m sure the students are all exhausted. We have a lot of things on our plate over the next few weeks. Here’s a quick overview. THIS WEEK: Monday – ACT Coach lessons 9 & 10; time to work on dialectical journals Tuesday – ACT Coach lessons […]
Here we are, April 1st. The first day of Camp NaNoWriMo. It’s 6:44 PM. and I have written a grand total of…
"Don't Ask Me to Leave grabs the readers attention quickly and sends you on an emotional journey with some unexpected turns. I cried, laughed, and smiled. A credit to the Christian fiction genre, Clark weaves a modern tale of Ruth and Naomi with her characters Rachel, Nadine and Beau. Overall, the story is not so dense that it can't be enjoyed at the beach or on a weekend away. While this may be Clark's first published novel, this is certainly not the work of a novice author. If you are like me and tend to be very loyal to tried and true authors, it is worth branching out for this one! If you enjoy other Christian authors like Dee Henderson, Deeanne Gist, and Wanda Brunstetter, give this book a chance and I think you will be pleasantly surprised!" - Amazon Review, 3/21/17
"I really enjoyed it. I could hardly put it down! Enjoyed the modern day twist to the story of Ruth." - Amazon review, 3/23/17
"Clark leaves the reader feeling Rachel’s anger, pain, and loneliness all while visions of each historical mound and monument play as if watching on screen. Rachel experienced firsthand the fact that life doesn’t always send you roses and chocolates. However, Clark portrays throughout the entire story that nothing is impossible with God. I highly recommend Don’t Ask Me to Leave – easy read and full of emotion, faith, and romance. Enjoyed every word!" - Amazon review, 4/2/17