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This is the media kit for Brooke Clonts. Everything you need is found below, including questions, social media outlets, methods of contact, and more!

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CONTACT
brooke@brookeclonts.com

DOWNLOAD LINKS
Click HERE to download media kit PDF
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Click HERE to download Brooke's Web Sized Photo
Click HERE to download the cover for Empire of Glass and Stone

Click HERE to download a book image for Empire of Glass and Stone

Click HERE to download the cover for The Curse of the Mekori

Click HERE to download a book image for The Curse of the Mekori



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IMPORTANT LINKS

Website

TikTok
Instagram
YouTube

Link to buy "Empire of Glass and Stone"

Link to buy "The Curse of the Mekori"


 

AUTHOR BIO

Brooke Clonts was born in Salt Lake City, Utah. Her passion for writing started as a kid when she spent most of her time hiding in her bedroom with a book. Her cousin recommended she try writing and it became her obsession. She has a degree in exercise science she's never used, is a self-taught software engineer, left her job as a software engineering manager for Adobe to run her own business, and is a wife and mom to the most beautiful boys in the world. She often writes late at night after her sons go to bed. But her stories follow her all day long.

Brooke writes no-spice fantasy with relatable characters. After years of struggling with ADHD in a school system that caters to neuro-typical students, questioning her value, and struggling to find what she was good at, her goal now is to deliver themes with positive messages that uplift and resonate with teens encountering the same issues. 

You'll find Brooke terrifying her husband at the edge of cliffs, jumping on trampolines, hiking mountains, wake surfing, reading, collecting ridiculous amounts of Halloween decor, pretending to be a good dancer, and just being awkward and nerdy in all the best ways.

EMPIRE OF GLASS AND STONE SYNOPSIS

Eighteen-year-old Yakua Roca worries more about her marriage prospects than the emperor who flattens kingdoms on his march toward the border. But when stone giants attack her village, Yakua's ambitious plan to marry a priest turns against her and she finds herself a peace offering to a man with a reputation for cruelty.

For fans of "The Hunger Games" and "The Red Queen." 

THE CURSE OF THE MEKORI SYNOPSIS

Bryanna Delacey struggles with her grades. When she’s invited to participate in a special education program in England, she seizes the opportunity, but after she arrives, the body of a student with sacrificial markings turns up dead in a canal. Panic ripples through the student body. When the next victim turns out to be someone she knows, Bryanna decides to protect her friends at all costs, especially Hadrian, the cute boy with the gorgeous eyes. As she faces off against dark forces, she uncovers secrets from her past, discovers the truth about a 400-year-old rumor and learns the consequences of unmasking evil.

For fans of "The Raven Boys," "Howl's Moving Castle," and "Elementals Academy."

BROOKE'S FAVORITE TOPICS

  • All things books (especially my own)

  • Social anxiety, self-isolation, and ADHD

  • Software Engineering, including being a woman in the industry

  • Women supporting women/friendships

  • Toxic relationships

  • Badly written romances

  • All the dumb mistakes I made as a teenager


QUESTIONS TO ASK

  1. What ADHD characteristics have you used for your neurodiverse characters?

  2. How did you discover your passion for writing?

  3. What are a few of your favorite books? 

  4. What's the worst book you've ever read? 

  5. How have you written your experiences as a professional engineer into your work? 

  6. What inspired you to write the relationships your main characters have with other female characters?

  7. What's your approach to writing villains? 

  8. What, to you, makes a romance authentic and impactful? And how can this relate to real-life relationships? 

  9. If you could go back to when you were a teenager and tell yourself one thing, what would it be?

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