Lucinda E Clarke

Lucinda E ClarkeLucinda E Clarke was born in Dublin, but has lived in 8 other countries to date. She wanted to write but was railroaded into teaching. She had a habit of “falling” into other careers, announcing on radio, then scriptwriting for radio and television. She has been a professional writer since 1986 winning over 20 awards for her work, including mayoral speeches, company profiles, drama documentaries, educational programmes for radio and television, adverts, news inserts, court videos, National Geographic, cookery programmes, to name but a few! She lectured in scriptwriting, had her own column in various publications, and written for national magazines. She was commissioned for two educational books by Heinemann and Macmillan, and book reports for UNESCO and UNICEF. She graduated into running her own video production company in South Africa..

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Amie: African Adventure by Lucinda E Clarke  Amie and the Child of Africa by Lucinda E Clarke  Amie Stolen Future by Lucinda E Clarke  Amie: Cut for Life by Lucinda E Clarke  Amie: Savage Safari by Lucinda Clarke

Amie series

Amie: African Adventure (book 1) – Suspense, Thriller, Travel, Africa

“Amie was so relatable, so real, so brave, so beautiful a soul.”

Amie and the Child of Africa (book 2) – Suspense, Thriller, Travel, Africa

“A compelling story full of colorful characters and page turning suspense set in the wild bush of Africa with a surprise ending that took my breath away.”

Amie Stolen Future (book 3) – Suspense, Thriller, Travel, Africa

“As with the others it is action packed and thrilling. Presenting a dangerous yet alluring Africa.”

Amie: Cut for Life (book 4) – Suspense, Thriller, Travel, Africa

“This book was masterful. I loved the sharp vivid writing style and the fast paced energy.”

Amie: Savage Safari (book 5) – Suspense, Thriller, Travel, Africa

“Amie, the world’s most reluctant spy is back. She’s assured that her next assignment will be easy and very safe. How could a safari camp in the African bush along with the President and international representatives from several countries possibly be dangerous?”

Samantha: The Amie Back Stories by Lucinda E Clarke  Ben by Lucinda E Clarke

Amie Backstories series

Samantha: The Amie Back Stories (book 1) – Suspense, Travel

“Stories about Amie and her sister Samantha.”

Ben: an Amie Backstory (book 2) – Suspense, Travel

“A captivating story about old and new customs as the young learn there is more than village life.”

Unhappily Ever After: A Fairy Tale for Grown-ups by Lucinda E Clarke

Standalone Novels

Unhappily Ever After: A Fairy Tale for Grown-ups – Fantasy, Fairy Tale, Humor

“The satire is there, along with laugh-out-loud humor.”

 Walking Over Eggshells: Surviving Mental Abuse by Lucinda E Clarke  Truth, Lies & Propaganda: in Africa by Lucinda E Clarke  More Truth, Lies & Propaganda: in Africa by Lucinda E Clarke  The very Worst Riding School in the World by Lucinda E Clarke

Nonfiction

Walking Over Eggshells: Surviving Mental Abuse – Nonfiction, Memoir (Available in English, Italian, and Spanish)

“Frank, honest and at times painful to read, I found this to be one of those books that I will remember.”

Truth, Lies and Propaganda series

Truth, Lies & Propaganda: in Africa (book 1) – Nonfiction, Memoir

“What I wouldn’t do to have a meal with this woman and spend hours listening to her stories about her life.”

More Truth, Lies & Propaganda: in Africa (book 2) – Nonfiction, Memoir

“I’d prefer to read Lucinda E Clarke’s stories of Africa than one of those officials travel books that does not allow you to get close up, close in, to the real Africa, its people and the dreams, laws and superstitions that govern them.”

The very Worst Riding School in the World – Nonfiction, Memoir, Equestrian, Humor, Short Story

“Who would be stupid enough to open and run a riding school when they are terrified of horses, can’t ride, without insurance or capital, and with not the faintest idea of how to care for horses?”