Today we welcome Katie Clark, young adult author, to 3 Questions Wednesday.
(1) Do you watch reality television? Why or why not?
Katie: I don’t typically watch reality TV, because I just can’t get past the fact that most of it is strongly guided, if not scripted (although I do admit that sometimes Survivor gets me)
(2) What are your thoughts on e-publishing?
Katie: I think e-publishing is fantastic. I read almost exclusively on my e-reader now.
(3) Which do you prefer? Facebook or Twitter?
Katie: This one is tough. In the end I have to go with Facebook, though. Maybe because all of my “real life” friends are on FB, and I only use Twitter for writing-related stuff.
Katie Clark has been telling stories since she was seven years old. When she grew up and realized people liked hearing the stories, well, she was hooked. She spends her days telling tales to her two wee daughters, and she wouldn’t trade it for the world. Katie’s published works include her upcoming YA novel, Vanquished, the first book in the Enslaved series, as well as numerous children’s books. You can learn more at her website, http://www.katieclarkwrites.com.
When Hana’s mom is diagnosed with the mutation, she is denied the medication that might save her life. Fischer, a medic at the hospital, implies there are people who can help—except Hana’s not sure she can trust him; Fischer is involved in a religious group, and religion has been outlawed for the last hundred years. Hana embarks on a dangerous journey, seeking the answers Fischer insists are available. When the truth is uncovered does Hana stick to what she knows? Or does she join the rebellion, taking a stand against an untrustworthy society?