PRAISE FOR TRACY'S SCHOOL VISITS

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Praise for The Light Key Trilogy:


email: tlctracyclark@gmail.com





This is what my friends know about me:

  • I am a pilot who used to jump out of airplanes but never at the same time.
  • I collect heart-shaped rocks from nature.
  • I have an irrational aversion to Styrofoam cups.
  • It's hard for me to eat in a restaurant with live fish in tanks.
  • I make homemade marshmallows and am proud of it!
  • I believe you can know a lot about people by the following:
  1. Dogs or cats?
  2. Red wine or white?
  3. Half full or half empty?



EVENTS


In a nutshell  (interpret that how you want)

                 I was born in Reno, Nevada, and lived there until I was eleven. Though my real growing up occurred in Southern California. Yes... I am like, totally a Valley Girl. I moved back to northern Nevada in my early twenties. The short list is that I'm a mother, lover of words, private pilot and irredeemable dreamer.

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   "...Clark's novel is a powerful, heart-wrenching adventure."

                       - Kirkus Review for Scintillate

   "Passion and power are the driving forces behind this series that continues to deliver."

                         - Kirkus Review for Deviate

"Beautifully written. Keep your eye on author Tracy Clark. She's going places!"

          - Ellen Hopkins, NY Times Bestselling Author of the CRANK trilogy

"A lush atmospheric debut with a scorching romance and a metaphysical mystery. It had me hooked from the start."

          - Suzanne Young, NY Times Bestselling Author of The Program

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Author

"Absorbing, heart-wrenching, and beautifully written."

          - Kimberley Griffiths Little, author of Forbidden

Tracy Clark is a dynamic speaker weaving pieces of her personal experience as a writer, the inspiration and evolution of her book, and more generalized good writing techniques into a presentation that offers something for every listener. She engaged high school teenagers at the end of May for two hours, and she had several who were willing to share their six-word stories.

                                  -Karen Heine, Douglas High School