Clark Kent's goal as an author is to entertain as well as educate his audience about life in the streets. He puts lessons and morals into his stories while using real life situations and scenarios to captivate his readers. In the course of telling the story he shows the consequences and repercussions of decisions that are made in every day urban life. The name Clark Kent is in no way to be confused with the fictional character from Superman. K.E.N.T. is actually an acronym for Keeping Every Novel True to the streets. Born in Cleveland, Ohio Mr. Clark began writing about urban life at a young age. His inspirations for writing include authors like Donald Goins, Ice Berg Slim, James Patterson, and Steven King. His stories are partially fictionalized, yet reflect everyday life from a different point of view. The Yellow series consist of three novellas. Yellow is the first in the series about a young man living and growing up in America's Urban Ghettos. The second is called Run! Yellow Las Vegas A story about a Las Vegas trip gone bad. And finally; Yellow Cleveland The man of peace. Yellow is on the run from the Italian Mafia and finding religion.