We are so proud to present this week’s featured writer Mark Hunter. As his bio below proves, he truly is a hero in every sense of the word, and he uses the most difficult circumstances to show us the importance of humor.
BIO: Mark R. Hunter is the author of four romantic comedies: Coming Attractions, Radio Red, Storm Chaser, and its sequel, The Notorious Ian Grant, as well as a related story collection, Storm Chaser Shorts. In addition, he collaborated with his wife, Emily, on the history books Images of America: Albion and Noble County, and Smoky Days and Sleepless Nights: A Century Or So With the Albion Fire Department. They also wrote together the humor/history book Hoosier Hysterical: How the West Became the Midwest Without Moving At All.
Mark also write a young adult adventure, The No Campfire Girls, and a collection of his humor columns, Slightly Off the Mark.
His short works appeared in the anthologies My Funny Valentine, Strange Portals: Ink Slingers’ Fantasy/Horror Anthology, and The Legend of Ol’ Man Wickleberry (and His Demise).
Mark is a 911 dispatcher and volunteer firefighter in rural Indiana, where he lives with his wife Emily and their dog, Beowulf, and a cowardly ball python named Lucius. He’s online at www.markrhunter.com, blogs at https://markrhunter.blogspot.com/, and can be found hanging out on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/MarkRHunter/ and Twitter at https://twitter.com/MarkRHunter.