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Mark Hardy (born July 27, 1965)

Like Vincent in Nothing Pink, Mark Hardy (born July 27, 1965) is a preacher's son. However, he is the youngest of seven children, not an only child.

He grew up in several Virginia cities: Danville, Salem, Hampton, Madison Heights, Chatham and Dry Fork. He graduated high school from Hargrave Military Academy. He has a bachelor's degree from Asbury College and a M.S. in Education from Fordham University.

He started his teaching career in New York City public schools and currently teach third grade at Creech Road Elementary School in Garner, North Carolina. He also consults nationally in literacy education.

He lives in Raleigh with his partner James and Daphne, Darla and Mittens.


Like Vincent in Nothing Pink, Mark Hardy is a preacher's son. He graduated rom Hargrave Military Academy. He has a bachelor's degree from Asbury College and a M.S. in Education from Fordham University. He started his teaching career in New York City public schools and currently teach third grade at Creech Road Elementary School in Garner, North Carolina. He also consults nationally in literacy education. He lives in Raleigh with his partner James and Daphne, Darla and Mittens.

Source: http://www.markhardy.biz/

Further Readings:

Nothing Pink by Mark Hardy
Paperback: 110 pages
Publisher: namelos (April 12, 2012)
Language: English
ISBN-10: 1608981487
ISBN-13: 978-1608981489
Amazon: Nothing Pink
Amazon Kindle: Nothing Pink

Vincent has always known, deep down inside, that he was gay. He was fine with that. The problem was that his faith told him he was a sinner and damned to hell. HONORS Rainbow Project List—American Library Association.

Vincent has always known, deep down inside, that he was gay. He was fine with that. The problem was that his faith told him he was a sinner and damned to hell. Every Sunday after Vincent's father preached his sermon and called on his flock to come to the altar and accept salvation Vincent tried but it never helped. And then, the first Sunday at his father's new church, Vincent meets Robert and what was previously a spiritual crisis becomes all too temporal. Vincent's parents can't do much about the time Vincent spends with Robert, whatever their suspicions and fears. But when Vincent's mother discovers the copy of a magazine in Vincent's room which makes the unacknowledged truth blatantly obvious, Vincent's nature and faith collide.

More Spotlights at my website: http://www.elisarolle.com/, My Lists/Gay Novels

More LGBT Couples at my website:
http://www.elisarolle.com/, My Ramblings/Real Life Romance


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