Here Comes the Sun…Lil’ Darling.

This is Baltimore Penn Station pre-sunrise. Pre sunrise has become a magical time for me, an opportunity to experience Baltimore city before it awakens to morning rush hour traffic. The fog and darkness render this familiar landmark unrecognizable. In the past, I might have moaned about being tired ;getting up early;all resulting in a conversation that “life is a struggle.” Instead today my conversation is “I am outside on a moisturizer- laden

What I Thought I Knew About Happiness Made Me Sad.

I am a “participant” in a Seminar called The Happiness Seminar which was created by Landmark Education, a world leader in transformational education. I put quotes around the word participant, because  I have only listened to the recorded Seminar rather than participating live. The fact that the Seminar is conducted via internet and recorded and made available will grow the audience for this valuable emotional education. My listening to the

The Happiness Seminar

If there is a word that describes the past few weeks in my life that word is “accomplishment.” I mention this because I am taking a test course on”Happiness,”conducted by one of the world’s premier educational consulting groups, Landmark Education Corporation. What I have noticed after my first on-line seminar  which I watched and listened to Sunday night, rather than participate live, was that this morning I woke up and

LET THEM EAT CAKE

It has been heart- rendering to read about the cuts in social and arts programs that this administration has proposed in its budget. Can they really be this mean?  How  can this Administration gut social programs and the arts to create guns and war and a wall? Meals on Wheels and the eradication of the National Endowment of the Arts followed by a roll-back of protections for student loan borrowers

BIRMINGHAM AND MENDING “CRACKED” PEOPLE

I returned to Baltimore, which the snow storm of 2017 apparently missed,  after my airline carrier cancelled my return trip two days in a row. But this is not a tale about the storm or about the delays returning home; it is about the hope and love I encountered while in Birmingham, Alabama  the first city on the book tour for my novel, Cracked. Cracked is not only about the

PRESIDENT’S DAY 2017

We talked about presidents today. We talked about Barack Obama and why he did not issue an apology to all African-Americans and enslaved Americans. We talked about President Jefferson and Sally Hemmings and Monticello. We mentioned his name and wondered if there was some good that could come from America’s 45th president. Brianna  S. Clark  

Just Call Me the Road Runner

These are the images that mark my journey from my day to day role as an Attorney to my role of Successful Author, One must meet one’s audience and engage.I am grateful for the opportunity, health, and support of all kinds from my diverse and talented community. Keep Moving Forward. ♥️