Tommy Clark was born in Carthage, MO. He spent most of his life living in small town Lamar, MO, with several years spent living in Joplin and Neosho. He wrote plays and script while attending Crowder College. After marrying Helen Crites and the death of his father, he returned to Lamar to be near family. When his son, Dylen, was born he and Helen decided to do something better for their family. They moved north so that Tommy could return to school. After a short time at the University of Central Missouri (and a rough battle with Chron's Disease), Tommy finally earned an Associate's in Web development from State Fair Community College in Sedalia, MO. Tommy uses his real-life experience to create in-depth characters and interesting situations. He has been writing in one fashion or another since he was young. Tommy still lives in Missouri with his family and friends and works alongside his best friend, Robert Jennings. Together, they build amazing stories with fantastic characters. They work in many genres to offer something for everyone.
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Mental Health Day
by Tommy Clark
Ethan has found himself in a rut with life. He works at a small town burger joint and spends little time with his girlfriend. His friends Joseph and Shane decide he needs a break from it all, so they head to the lake. Mental Health Day is a dark comedy about Ethan and how he deals with things in his life that he can change but wont as well as things he wants to change but can't seem to.
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