Interview with a writer, or: TV adds 5 pounds of embarrassment

I’m trying not to type much until my hand heals up, so
instead of a longer blog here’s something I’ve been meaning to post for awhile:
the television interview done with me by a local station, back before Storm Chaser came out.  Want to know what I look like in real life,
and see my workplace? No? Well, here it is, anyway:

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About markrhunter

My debut novel, Storm Chaser, a contemporary romantic comedy set in rural Indiana, was released by Whiskey Creek Press in June, 2011. Since then I've also published its sequel, "The Notorious Ian Grant"; a related collection of short stories, "Storm Chaser Shorts"; a YA humor-adventure, "The No-Campfire Girls"; and two local history books, "Smoky Days and Sleepless Nights" and "Images of America: Albion and Noble County". My humor column, “Slightly Off the Mark,” has been published for over twenty years. I live in a small northeast Indiana town with my wife, our dog Bae, and a cowardly ball python named Lucius. I have two daughters and twin two-year-old grandsons, and I'm employed as a dispatcher for the Noble County Sheriff’s Department—a day job that I ironically work at night. I'm safety officer, instructor, and public information officer for the Albion Volunteer Fire Department, and when not writing I laugh hysterically at the notion of having spare time.

7 thoughts on “Interview with a writer, or: TV adds 5 pounds of embarrassment

  1. This was the first romantic comedy I ever read. I’m a dyslexic who finished it in 3 days. That should tell you how &$%*ing awesome it is.

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