clark speaking on her book
valerie clark is described as the 'queen of naughty
and nice'. this attractive author writes about
subjects that are oftentimes swept under the table by
america. in her writing, valerie seeks to address issues
that people face in their daily life dealing with subjects
that are considered taboo in today's society. this erotic
thriller has been described as a cross between basic
instinct and fatal attraction but with
a twist thrown in.
recently, valerie was on the cbs morning show in new york.
to see the live interview, click
valerie believes in writing about real life not a stereotypical
existence. inspired by the greek tragedies, clark's writing
has a large following among both men and women. the result
has been her highly successful first novel, tormented
without a trace, which has earned her, by
some, the name of 'queen of erotica'. this author has received numerous literary nominations including
the maggie award, georgia author of the year,
foreword magazine's book of the year, reader's
digest and the pen/faulkner awards.
initiating her passionate writing career, clark was a highly
successful marketing executive on wall street. but a yearning
to pursue her lifelong dream of penning novels became reality
after a car accident when she decided to leave wall street
and live her dream.
is an instructor at georgia state university and a graduate
of fordham university. she has already finished writing
the eagerly anticipated screenplay for tormented
without a trace, and plans a release for
a sequel to the book. 'the queen of naughty and nice'
pledges to continue writing about issues that are often
suppressed in our 'politically correct' society.