“Whodunnits” and Other Genre Fiction We Love, featuring Tracy Clark
Whether you love genre fiction already, or wonder why you never pick it up, this episode is an informative and eye-opening delve into crime fiction (and other genre fiction generally). We talk about the “genre wars” (what is that?) and also hear from Tracy about her amazingly disciplined approach to getting the job done. Tracy talks about her process, her mentors, and how she learned to write crime, and she leaves listeners with some inspiring words of encouragement for their own writing.
Episode 44 - Book Club - Borrowed Time by Tracy Clark
The Dialogue Doctor Podcast
In this episode, Jeff and Laura get together with Dialogue Doctor gang members Tom Holbrook and Vincent Stanley to talk about the book Borrowed Time by Tracy Clark. Grab your copy of the book here: https://www.amazon.com/Borrowed-Time-Chicago-Mystery-Book-ebook/dp/B07H1YCW7C/ To find Tracy Clark on the web, go to https://tracyclarkbooks.com/
In this episode of Prickly and Blooming, Tracy Clarks talks to host Jessie Browning about the trauma she experienced since the day she was born. She was born with multiple health issues, and she was kidnapped at a young age. She shares how she processed these experiences and how it led her to her new work as a high performance energy coach. Episode Timeline: [00:03] Intro [02:50] Meet Tracy Clark [05:06] “Your body’s failing” [07:47] Born into trauma [10:51] Kidnapped [18:25] Another physical trauma [20:47] An allergy test [27:03] Little wins [32:18] Processing and imprinting [41:23] Going through the darkness [44:36] Her work as an energetic coach [50:44] Don’t give away your power [53:08] Jessie’s rapid fire questions [1:03:05] Contacting Tracy Clark [1:05:08] Outro Resources Mentioned: Activate Your Vagus Nerve: Unleash Your Body's Natural Ability to Heal by Dr. Navaz Habib Staples Easy Button Standout Quotes: “When I look back, I’m like, ‘There was a lot of people that showed up at the right time.’” -Tracy Clark [23:37] “People get sick because of all those emotions. And then I realized why I was getting sick, because I had so many emotions and they didn’t have anywhere to go.” -Tracy Clark [33:33] “Everything started to fall into place, and it doesn’t mean that I don't have a bad day. I’m human. It doesn’t mean that challenges don’t come up, but where those challenges in my life or an illness or something was year after year after year, it’s a day or a week, it’s over. Very big difference.” -Tracy Clark [44:12] Connect: Connect with Lajoie Society: Lajoie Society is Prickly & Blooming; please rate, review, and subscribe. Lajoie Society on Instagram Lajoie Society on Facebook Lajoie Society on Twitter Lajoie Society Website Learn more about Tracy Clark: Tracy Clark’s Website Tracy Clark on Instagram Tracy Clark on YouTube Tracy Clark on Facebook
Tapping Into the Light Energy and Detaching From Darkness with Reverend Tracy Clark
The Golden Rule Revolution with Lucas Mack
There are so many different energies swirling around right now and it's never been more important for our own sovereignty and alignment to tap into the light and detach from the dark energies fighting for our attention. In this episode Rev. Tracy Clark and I discuss just that!For more information on Rev. Tracy Clark go to: https://www.tracylclark.com/
Tracy Clark’s Chicago Mystery Navigates the Dark Side of Celebrity in “What You Don’t See”
Charlotte Readers Podcast
In this episode 189, we visit with Tracy Clark, the award-winning author of “What You Don’t See,” the third in the Chicago Mysteries series featuring Cass Raines, an ex-cop turned PI. Ben Mickerson, Cass Raine’s former partner from the force, convinces her to take on a security detail for the famous Vonda Allen, a one-woman media empire and rumored diva. Vonda has been receiving angry, threatening notes and flowers, but her need for control, obsession with her brand image, and overall nasty personality prove difficult. When one of her employees is murdered, Cass Raines’ investigative mind takes over. In a starred review, Kirkus calls the book, “a gripping relationship-based procedural that drags you in and spits you out wan but satisfied.” Engage with the show here: https://linktr.ee/CharlotteReadersPodcast Detailed show notes here: https://charlottereaderspodcast.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/charlottereaderspodcast Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/charlottereaderspodcast/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/charlottereader Charlotte Readers Podcast is a proud member of the Authors on the Air Global Radio Network and the Queen City Podcast Network.
Energetic Clearings in Divine Love with Tracy Clark
The Golden Rule Revolution with Lucas Mack
It's time to raise your vibration and shine brightly. No matter what political side you fall on, we are all humans in the divine collective. In this powerful episode, Reverend Tracy Clark and I have a powerful conversation to help energetically clear any negative energy and help raise your vibration.For more information on Tracy go to: https://tracylclark.com/
Tracy Clark, "What You Don't See" (Kensington, 2020)
New Books in Literature
Cass Raines left the Chicago Police force after a morally bankrupt cop nearly got her killed. Now she runs her own Private Detective agency. When her old CPD friend and partner, Ben Mickerson asks Cass to join him for a side gig, she’s happy to do it. Then she meets the client – the wealthy, powerful owner of a fast-growing media empire. Vonda Allen is loved by the public but hated by her employees and also by whoever is sending her death threats. Cass isn’t thrilled about babysitting a heartless diva, but when two of Vonda’s staff members are murdered, the case gets serious. Then, at one of Vonda’s book signings, a mysterious fan stabs Ben. Although Vonda fires her, Cass is worried that Ben won’t pull through. Now, there’s no way she’s going to sit this one out even though that same morally bankrupt cop and his friend are trying to trip her up. She’s hell bent on figuring out Vonda’s secrets and determined to get answers before anyone else, including Vonda, dies.Tracy Clark is the author of the highly acclaimed Chicago Mystery Series featuring ex-homicide cop turned PI Cassandra Raines, a hard-driving, African-American protagonist who works the mean streets of the Windy City dodging cops, cons, killers, and thugs. She received Anthony Award and Lefty Award nominations for her series debut, Broken Places, which was also shortlisted for the American Library Association’s RUSA Reading List, named a CrimeReads Best New PI Book of 2018, a Midwest Connections Pick, and a Library Journal Best Books of the Year. In addition to her Cass Raines novels, Tracy’s short story “For Services Rendered,” appears in the anthology Shades of Black: Crime and Mystery Stories by African‑American Authors. A native of Chicago, she works as an editor in the newspaper industry and roots for the Cubs, Sox, Bulls, Bears, and Blackhawks equally. She is a member of Sisters in Crime, PI Writers of America, International Thriller Writers, and a Mystery Writers of America Midwest board member. When she isn’t working, reading or writing, Tracy loves watching old movies, especially those involving monsters.If you enjoyed today’s podcast and would like to discuss it further with me and other New Books network listeners, please join us on Shuffle. Shuffle is an ad-free, invite-only network focused on the creativity community. As NBN listeners, you can get special access to conversations with a dynamic community of writers and literary enthusiasts. Sign up by going to www.shuffle.do/NBN/joinG.P. Gottlieb is the author of the Whipped and Sipped Mystery Series and a prolific baker of healthful breads and pastries. Please contact her through her website (GPGottlieb.com) if you wish to recommend an author (of a beautifully-written new novel) to interview, to listen to her previous podcast interviews, to read her mystery book reviews, or to check out some of her awesome recipes. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoicesSupport our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/literature
Meet the Thriller Author: Interviews with Writers of Mystery, Thriller, and Suspense Books
Tracy Clark is a native Chicagoan who writes mysteries set in her hometown while working as an editor in the newspaper industry. She is a graduate of Mundelein College, where she earned a Bachelor of Arts degree, and the University of Illinois at Chicago, where she earned her MA. Her latest novel, WHAT YOU DON’T... The post MTTA 107: Tracy Clark appeared first on Meet the Thriller Author.
Finding Freedom With the Love of God with Rev Tracy Clark
The Golden Rule Revolution with Lucas Mack
The time for choosing light over darkness and love over fear is here. Sadly many are choosing darkness and fear and yet the opportunity isn't yet closed. In this episode with the powerful Reverend Tracy Clark, we discuss leaving the forms of religion and control to find the pure freedom found in the LOVE of GOD! Tracy quickly learned that all of the sickness, disease and suffering that she experienced were not separate from, but directly linked to, all areas of her life. She began to learn the secrets that allowed her to transform her body. Her life, once full of suffering, pain and illness transformed into a life full of joy, happiness, wellness and financial prosperity.For more information on Tracy go to: https://tracylclark.com/For more information on me go to: https://www.lucasmack.com/
Episode 427: Tracy Clark, Author of What You Don't See
Tracy Clark, newly minted Edgar Award-winner, talks to Daniel Ford about book three in the Chicago Mystery series, What You Don't See. To learn more about Tracy Clark, visit her official website, like her Facebook page, and follow her on Twitter and Instagram. Today’s episode is sponsored by Libro.fm, Noir at the Bar - New England, and OneRoom.