Bios — long, short, silly, serious* … take your pick!
• Becky Clark is the seventh of eight kids, which explains both her insatiable need for attention and her atrocious table manners. She likes to read funny books so it felt natural to write them, too. Her newest titles are Banana Bamboozle and Marshmallow Mayhem. She surrounds herself with quirky people and pets who end up as characters in her books. Her stout-hearted dog keeps her safe from menacing squirrels and autumn leaves, but not plastic bags. Those things are terrifying. Find out Becky’s least favorite words at http://beckyclarkbooks.com/bio and subscribe to her newsletter to win cool stuff, http://beckyclarkbooks.com/mailing.
• A highly functioning chocoholic, Becky Clark published her first novel in 2001. Since then, she’s been writing, publishing, and marketing fiction and nonfiction for children and adults. http://beckyclarkbooks.com/
• Becky Clark is usually pretty funny. Sometimes clever. Often silly. People say mostly generous things about her and her writing. She blogs irregularly at http://beckyclarkbooks.com/blog/ and hangs out on Facebook to connect with readers who like her style and to hear interesting, eclectic things from them. She surprises subscribers to her mailing list with fun prizes and short stories only they get to see.
*(Fooled you. None of them are too serious.)
Speaker Resume —
Becky Clark has been presenting workshops to groups since 1993, including the Adams County Pride and Profession Conference, Colorado Association for the Education of Young Children Conference (CAEYC), Douglas County School District Parent University, Colorado Council of the International Reading Association Conference (CCIRA), Colorado Independent Publishers Association (CIPA), Rocky Mountain Chapter of the Society of Children’s Book Writers & Illustrators Conference (SCBWI), Pikes Peak Romance Writers, Rocky Mountain Fiction Writers Colorado Gold Conference (RMFW), Pikes Peak Writers Conference (PPWC), Left Coast Crime Convention, as well as a zillion schools and libraries. Okay, maybe not a zillion.