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MARK RICHARD CLEMENTS is a practicing cosmetologist in Louisville. He derived most of his education informally, behind his chair. "Necessity is the mother of all invention," is a cliché with which Mark has come full circle. Through necessity, and invention, he has amassed a litany of skills, and, as a result, has evolved as an artist. Channeling the awakened artist within, he has used words as brushstrokes on canvas, collaborating with his close friend, Andrea Bouvier, to tell this important story.
"All things are doable if the will to do so is there."
~Mark Richard Clements
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was inspiring and rich in narrative with characters that pull you in and hold you tight. Thomas Paul has the courage to stand for his own truth and healing in the most positive ways. Great read!
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My heart hurt for the young man who the story was about. It made me cry and it made me mad.Published on January 28, 2014 by Cindy
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Loved it and recommend it to everyone! Very touching and moving story! Many will be able to connect with this book!Published on November 16, 2012 by Johanne Bonneau
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