Kathy Clark has always been a storyteller. She completed her first novel when she was four years old and self-published it the same year, decades before Amazon birthed the Kindle. The Little Black Horse That Ran Away was self-illustrated and completely sold out of its first printing. Thanks Mom!
Years later, Kathy’s first adult book was published by Dell. Since then, she had a total of twenty-three novels published by Dell, Crown, and Harlequin. With her husband Bob Wernly as a co-writer, they published (both traditionally and epub) an additional fourteen novels.
Nine of these fourteen books were self-published in the romantic suspense, young adult and erotic romance genres. The remaining five published by Random House LLC as the Denver Heroes and Austin Heroes, released in 2015 and throughout 2016.
The freedom to be creative and experiment with ideas and genres has made self-publishing an amazing process. The author team are currently developing a new contemporary romance series (with a suspense backdrop) titled Breathless. High altitude, high stakes, and high romance, the series will begin in 2017 with the first book, Fools Gold. The series is set in Cripple Creek, Colorado, a colorful historic town as famous for the huge amount of gold found there as it is for its Old West-style casinos.
Their young adult genre series, Time Shifters, is a time travel romance-mystery series. The fifth book in the award winning series is planned for a late 2016 release.
Finally, their new adult romantic suspense series, Scandals, currently has the first three books released.
With two people developing ideas, plotting, researching, writing and editing, Kathy and Bob are both busy and productive. To be perfectly honest, Kathy and Bob would rather be riding horses, sitting on a sandy beach, watching movies or plays, and playing a round of golf every few days. But the voices in their heads insist on coming out, so they keep writing.
For a complete list of books, screenplays, awards and more, check out Wikipedia at http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kathy_Clark_(American_author)