About the Author
Maggie grew up in a family-operated small-town newspaper business, the Duplin Times, in Kenansville, North Carolina, and wrote a weekly column for the paper during her high school years. Later, but years ago, as a newspaper columnist at the Green Lake Reporter in Wisconsin, she gained an enthusiastic audience in her vignettes about everyday life. After returning to the South, she continued writing her whimsical stories, even while working as an award-winning professional fine artist.
Upcoming books in Maggie’s Not Too Seriously series will give readers stories about painting, housekeeping, cats, dogs, care giving, grandparenting, relocating, traveling, golden years dating, and great grandpa’s tales. “Author Maggie Clark has done a wonderful job of creating an alter ego character named Hugh Mouse. He is sharped tongue, witty, smart, observer of human nature. A delightful read and a character you want to get to know.” Leigh Ballance, author of The Secret of Gum Swamp “Maggie Clark's Hugh Mouse Stories offer both humor and sneaky truths about life. With her quick wit and twists peppered here and there, Clark has a relatable and charming character in Hugh.” Suzanne Crain Miller, Author of Queen, The Selections, and Wage