Thursday, February 9, 2017

Katie Clark | Author Chat

Welcome to the blog. Hope you have a cup of coffee (or tea) because I'd like to introduce you to...

Katie Clark who started reading fantastical stories in grade school and her love for books never died. Today she reads in all genres; her only requirement is an awesome story! She writes young adult speculative fiction, including her YA supernatural, Shadowed Eden. You can connect with her at her website, on Facebook, or on Twitter.

So, let's get real...
What's your favorite fandom?
This one is SO TOUGH! I adore the Lord of the Rings (who doesn’t?!), but I’m also creepily fascinated by The Walking Dead. In the end, I guess I’d have to go with Lord of the Rings. Aragon is so stinking heroic, I just can’t help myself.

What’s one thing you must have/do in the morning?
Breakfast. Immediately upon waking. My husband and kids have never understood this, and they can go hours without eating. Me? I need food, and ASAP!

If you were a superhero, what would be your super power?
I know this one immediately. Teleportation. I hate the time it takes to go from one place to another. How awesome would it be to just be there?!

What's one chore you hate doing?
Only one? I guess I’ll go with dishes. Dirty dishes are just…gross.

Which of your characters do you secretly have a crush on? 
My first published series was the Enslaved Series. It’s a dystopian trilogy, and one of my main characters is Fischer. Yes, I love him. <3 br="">
Name one song/artist you're embarrassed you like. 
Here’s something that makes me weird—I don’t typically listen to music. Period. But, sometimes I do. And when I do, I am strangely drawn to a good revenge song (think Carrie Underwood’s Before He Cheats). I have never even been cheated on, y’all, so I’m not sure what the deal is. But every time I hear a song like that, I’m like, “Yeah! You get ‘em!” Go figure.

Shadowed Eden
by Katie Clark 

Avery Miles is ready to spread her wings and prove her worth on a church mission trip to Iraq, but when their entourage gets blown off course in a desert dust storm, the group is lost in an inexplicable garden oasis. Along with the luscious fruits and crystal springs, Avery and her friends find poisonous snakes, deadly sink holes, and a group of natives that are almost unearthly-but that's not their biggest problem. No matter which way they trek, they can't seem to leave.

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