Tommy Clark
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Tommy Clark

Tommy was born in Carthage, MO. He spent most of his early life living in the small town called Lamar, MO, with several years spent living in Joplin and Neosho during college. He was first introduced to writing in a creative writing class while in high school. He wrote sketches for student design nights for his local theater group. Then he began to write plays and scripts while attending Crowder College in Neosho, MO. When college was over, he married his wife, Helen Crites. Shortly in to his marriage he lost his father to complications during surgery for heart trouble. He, with his wife, returned to Lamar for a year to be near family. With the birth of his son, Dylen, He and Helen decided to move north. The decision was based on his intentions to finish college. After a short time at the University of Central Missouri (and a rough battle with Crohn's Disease), Tommy finally earned an Associate’s degree in Web development from State Fair Community College in Sedalia, MO. During the times of dealing with Crohn's he wrote his first full novel “Mental Health Day”. It is a story of a young man struggling with life in general and the rut he has found himself in. Working at a behavioral health hospital Tommy spent hours writing a story that became “Rogue’s Phoenix: Thieves and Kings”, a fantasy-fiction novel telling the story of the inhabitants of an unusually formed world and the trouble cause by a devious thieves’ guild. Branching out into another world he started another story taking place in a war-torn America. The country, now divided, is in shambles and those still alive struggle to stay that way. He writes in many different environments including; Fantasy-fiction, Science Fiction, alternate future, post economic collapse, and every day stories in the world we live in. Tommy tries to use his real-life experience to create in-depth characters and interesting situations. Tommy still lives in Missouri with his family and friends. When he is not writing, he likes to spend his time with the family; fishing, hunting, camping, and playing on the water. With his variety of works in many genres, he can offer something for everyone. For more information on Tommy, or to find other work by him, visit his website social media page.
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