3 Questions Wednesday with Katie Clark

It’s my pleasure to welcome Katie Clark to 3 Questions Wednesday. Stay tuned to find out more about Katie and today’s giveaway.

DSC_8889Good morning, Katie! Can you describe yourself in three words?

Hopeful, determined, boring (hee hee!)

I don’t think anyone who writes fantasy could be boring. (Laughing)  Next question…

Someone offers you a fully-paid writing research trip to any place you desire to go. Where would it be and why?

Oooh! Tough one. My favorite place is Disney World (no judgment, right?), but that’s not really where I’d choose to go if someone was offering a fully-paid trip. I think I would choose Europe. I love rich history, and I want to see the castles! Those things would help me in my fantasy and sci-fi writings.

We’re not judging. 😉 Europe would be fun too. Now…

If someone made a movie of your life, what would be the theme song?

For some reason, the Jeopardy song keeps going through my head. Ha! Seriously though, I’m going back and forth between “It Is Well With My Soul” and that song that goes, “I get knocked down, but I get up again…” (sorry, I don’t know what that song is called…wait, I have this neat thing called Google. Hold on while I Google it…wait a sec, it’s called “Tubthumping?” OK, let’s go with “It Is Well With My Soul.”)

“Tubthumping” is a new one for me. “It Is Well With My Soul” is a good one. Katie, thank you for joining us today on Inspired Prompt.

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Readers, Katie is offering the winner of today’s giveaway a choice of an ebook of either her upcoming novel (once it’s released), or one of her other books (Vanquished, Shadowed Eden).

Rejected Princess by Katie Clark

TheRejectedPrincess_ws12465_680When Princess Roanna Hamilton’s parents arrange a marriage with a prince of Dawson’s Edge—the mysterious and backwards kingdom to the south—Roanna reluctantly agrees, accepting that peace must be put ahead of her lifelong relationship with Prince Benjamin of Lox.

But when Roanna is introduced to Dawson’s royal family, strange mind-bending anomalies are awakened within her, and she discovers the Dawsonian royal family holds secrets of their own.

Roanna becomes locked in a battle between kingdoms. Rebels wish to eliminate people who possess powerful anomalies. With threats growing daily, Roanna comes to realize the danger she is in—not to mention how her own family, and Benjamin’s, would react if her anomaly was revealed.

Tensions rise when Lox is attacked. If Roanna is to save herself and her future, she must stall her marriage and squelch the growing rebellion—all while discovering how deeply her power runs. But will Prince Benjamin and her family accept her when the truth of her heritage is finally revealed?

KATIE CLARK started reading fantastical stories in grade school and her love for books never died. Today she reads in all genres; her only requirement is an awesome story! She writes inspirational romance for adults as well as young adult speculative fiction, including her upcoming YA romantic fantasy novel, The Rejected Princess. You can connect with her at her website, on Facebook, or on Twitter.

12 thoughts on “3 Questions Wednesday with Katie Clark

  1. Fun interview, Katie! I once heard that there aren’t movies about writers because writers’ lives are boring. Thankfully, our lives have been proven interesting because there are a bunch of movies about writers now! 🙂 Good luck with your new release!

  2. Love the interview Katie! Always nice to find out more about makes fellow authors tick.
    Good luck and God’s blessings

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