Versatile. Others say weird. In truth, Carol McClain is wacky and wonderful. As a youth, she believed herself an odd-ball, craved being like others. She even practiced writing in cliches because her classmates did, and if they thought the phrases were cool, they had to be.
Fortunately, that phase passed, and she now celebrates her own diversity. She plays bassoon, creates stained glass, enjoys high ropes, loves to run and, of course, she writes. For thirty years she attempted to teach teenagers the joys of the English language. Judging from the prevalence of confusion with their, they’re and there–not to mention your and you’re and the rest, she hasn’t succeeded much. She’s now on a quest to make magic with her own words.
And she’s recently discovered the magic of East Tennessee. She lived her entire life in New York, the majority of it on the Quebec border. Now in the hills of Tennessee, she’s enjoying both the warmth of the climate and the people. Her books are available online.