Life's What Happens

Nightwriter93

 FINALIST - BEST INDIE BOOK OF 2013.


He is too young to drink (legally) but not too young to die. Don Williams is a senior at Kent State University and lives in an off-campus fraternity house. He and his girlfriend Lisa are making plans for their future after graduation when suddenly, it’s all taken away. His career, his freedom of choice and even his frat brothers who have become his family. 


Life’s What Happens when you mix the hormone-fueled emotions of youth who have left home to experience the mind, mood and physical freedoms of college life with the cultural and political changes of the late 1960’s. For the brothers of Phi Psi Kappa fraternity their biggest worries should have been how to pass their classes with the least amount of studying and the greatest amount of partying and girls. Instead, they are faced with the life-and-death decision of whether they should face their fates head-on, change their plans or just run away. 


It is about the year they turned from boys to men, and where their choices took them.

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About the author

Author Bio of Kathy Clark a.k.a Bob Kat

Kathy Clark's first 23 romance/women's fiction novels (published by Harlequin, Dell and several others) have sold more than 3.2 million copies globally in at least 11 different languages and are currently available as ebooks. Her books have appeared on the New York Times and USA Today Recommended lists and have received numerous industry awards including Romantic Times Readers' Choice Awards and local and national awards. After several years of writing screenplays and teaching advanced level college classes on Media Writing, she returned to novels with new skills, insight and storytelling capabilities. 

Kathy Clark still writes adult books but now they suspense with sparks of romance. Denver After Dark is a suspense series about three brothers: a cop, a fireman and a paramedic. Book #1 "After Midnight" is about the cop and was released in November, 2012. Book #2 "Cries in the Night" is about the firefighter was released in September, 2013. "After Midnight" won The Best Indie Book of 2013 award and won 3rd place in the Readers' Favorite awards in 2013.

Under the pen name of Bob Kat, Kathy also writes with husband, Bob Wernly. Bob Kat started in late 2012 with the publication of "OMG" (Oh My God). This was the first in their new young adult CUL8R Time Travel Mystery series. It was recognized as The Best Indie Book for 2013 for Young Adults and was a finalist in the Beverly Hills Book Awards in 2013. Book #2 in the series, "BRB" (Be Right Back) was published in April and Book #3, "BION" [Believe It OR Not] was published in July, 2013. "BRB" won first place in the Readers' Favorite Awards.

Also in late 2012, Bob Kat published a New Adult Romance that takes place in 1969 - 70. "Life's What Happens" is unique in that it is one of the few New Adult novels to not be set in present day but is contemporary is very respect. The story centers on the tumultuous times of 1969 and 1970 at Kent State University and how the students dealt with the issues and changes of the times.

Kathy’s detailed bio can be found on Wikipedia at http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kathy_Clark_(American_author)
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Publisher
Nightwriter93
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Published on
Dec 31, 2012
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Pages
364
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ISBN
9780988343610
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Language
English
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Genres
Fiction / Coming of Age
Fiction / Literary
Fiction / Romance / Contemporary
Juvenile Fiction / Historical / United States / 21st Century
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This content is DRM protected.
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