Carla Killough McClafferty

AUTHOR OF BIOGRAPHY-PLUS NONFICTION BOOKS

Selected Works

Nonfiction Book
An in-depth look at the cutting-edge research on concussions, balanced with the love of the game.
Nonfiction book
COMPUTER GEEKS WHO CHANGED THE WORLD! This book contains the biographies of six men who have changed the way we work, play and socialize by making computers part of our daily lives.
Find out how Mount Vernon gathered experts in the fields of science, history and art to create three figures of George Washington at the ages of 19, 45, and 57.
Imagine the year is 1940 and the Gestapo is searching for you. You are trapped in Marseilles, France, with nowhere else to go. Whispered rumors claim that an American named Varian Fry has arrived with money and visas to help refugees. He is your only hope to escape the Nazis. The true story of Varian Fry, an American Holocaust rescuer.
A unique look at the most famous female scientist of all time.
Read about X-rays-from the days of advertising "x-ray proof underwear" to using X-rays to detect art forgeries.
This book details the Spiritual battle I faced after my son's death and how God brought me through it-and back to Him. A Christian inspirational book for adults.

Biography

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Carla Killough McClafferty

Carla Killough McClafferty grew up in the small farming community of Tomberlin, Arkansas, where her parents farmed rice and soybeans. Many long, lazy days of her childhood were spent under the outstretched arms of a giant pecan tree. Her elementary school didn't have a library, using instead bookshelves under the windows that filled one wall of the classroom. She says, "To this day, libraries fill me with awe and appreciation."

After high school, she graduated from Baptist Medical Center School of Radiologic Technology, and worked in local hospitals and clinics. She has three children, Ryan, Brittney and the late Corey McClafferty.

Although Carla always loved to read, she had never written until the death of her youngest son, Corey. After his tragic loss, Carla began to write about the experience. The story of her journey through grief became the subject of her first book, FORGIVING GOD. Next, she turned her attention to writing nonfiction books for young readers.

Today, Carla is a freelance author and speaker. It is her hope that readers of her books will be entertained, informed and inspired.