I thought about limiting myself to just one of these, but then I thought instead I'd add them all. Pick your favorite but know that they're all me :P
Before becoming an author, S. C. Clark worked at a cozy government job where the lights were dim and people regularly considered sacrificing themselves to any one of the many volcano Gods. Fortunately for her and her readers, instead of seeing her fellow employees as real people, she saw them as demons, huntsmen, vampires, sirens, and werewolves. Though this often led to awkward conversations (aka reprimands) about holy water dousing and pod people harassment, it also fueled her creativity and, frankly, made those work days bearable. Now as a published author, she spends most of her days wishing she was a dinosaur vet and hopes to someday meet Walt Disney. For more information on S. C. Clark or to contact her please visit www.houseofphoenyx.com.
S. C. Clark still, sadly, works at her non-creative government job but thought that by using this description she might be able to persuade the hiring powers-that-be of any television network to hire her. She doesn't mind being the person who assists the assistant of the assistant of the assistant. She is excellent at getting coffee, picking up dry-cleaning, and basically anything you can teach a monkey to do. For more information on S. C. Clark or to contact her please visit www.houseofphoenyx.com.
S. C. Clark lives in Colorado where she collects sweatshirts, jackets, and snow. When she's not writing (or working at that god-awful government job she complains about incessantly) she enjoys long walks on the...ah, mountain shrubbery and cuddling up with her pet unicorn. One day she hopes to write something they'll turn into a theme park, but for now she'll settle for making enough money to adopt a penguin. For more information on S. C. Clark or to contact her please visit www.houseofphoenyx.com.
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