Since a very young age I was a storyteller!
Garden City, NY (PRWEB) November 11, 2014
NAPW honors Naomi Garcia-Clark as a 2014 Professional Woman of the Year. Ms. Garcia-Clark is recognized with this prestigious distinction for leadership in writing. As the largest, most-recognized networking organization of professional women in the country, spanning virtually every industry and profession, the National Association of Professional Women is a powerfully vibrant networking community with over 600,000 members and nearly 300 Local Chapters.
“I was born with a pen in my hand and my mother provided the paper,” says Ms. Garcia-Clark. “Since a very young age I was a storyteller. You should have read the excuses I wrote for my teacher when I played hooky!”
Ms. Garcia-Clark, who has a degree in Liberal Arts from Governors State University, spent 20 years as a successful medical and criminal law interpreter. During that time, she developed a keen insight into the many facets of law, and the criminal mind and how it works. Planning to soon retire, Ms. Garcia-Clark has been inspired by her experiences during her two-decades-long career to put pen to paper once again. Writing under the pseudonym Wyoming Clark, she recently published her first mystery novel, The Cemetery.
With a plot full of twists and turns that involve murder, police corruption and the Chicago mob, Ms. Garcia-Clark describes her book as “a crime thriller in the style of James Patterson.” She is now working on her second book, Emily's Requiem, which she hopes to soon publish. Thoroughly enjoying her second career as an Author, Ms. Garcia-Clark plans to continue her writing. Next on her list of writing projects are inspirational and how-to books.
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