Despite the misgivings of her 5th grade self, MK Clark has spent the better part of a decade with her nose buried in a notebook, scratching out dreams on a page. In this time, she has published the start of her YA Sci-Fie series, The Young Soldier, as well as multiple Sci-Fi and Post-Apoc short stories. MK Clark completed an undergraduate thesis, and received an Honor’s B.A in English and Literature. If she had free time, she’d spend it shooting zombies while snuggled on the couch with her hubby and fur-baby.
What are your favorite books?
Brian Jacques will always be a favorite of mine. His Redwall series was probably my most read growing up until I found Orson Scott Card. But in addition to that, I have quite an eclectic collection of favorite books from the Nine Princes of Amber and the Golden Compass, to Grapes of Wrath and Life of Pi, to Momo and Howls Moving Castle, as well as The Book Thief and All’s Quiet on the Western Front.
Where do your ideas come from?
It used to be dreams. I dream vividly almost every night. Now, I get ideas from a variety of places. Sometimes it’s an article I’ve read, a conversation I’ve had, a bit of poetry, art, it can really be anything.