Working in the editorial department of the L.A. Herald Examiner, Beverly Clark was given her first exposure to professional writing. From there she wrote fillers for the newspaper and magazines such as Red Book, Good Housekeeping, and McCall's. She also wrote one hundred and twenty romantic short stories with Sterling/McFadden Magazines. Clark joined the RWA, a national writers organization that helps writers, published and unpublished, reach their writing goals. In order to gain more knowledge, she attended creative writing classes and other related courses at Antelope Valley College, and classes and seminars at L.T.U. This talented writer, who once managed a second-hand bookstore, The Book Nook, for two years, has since completed eight full-length books. She is now currently working part-time for Walden Books. She also helps a group called Friends of the Libraries, encouraging children and adults to read and enjoy books. Her goal is to have several of her works adapted into movie and television scripts. She lives in the High Desert Community of Lancaster. Her hobbies are reading and sewing. She is a widow.