Tuesday, March 7, 2017 | By: Cafe

Tuesday Special with Mark R. Hunter

Mark R. Hunter



Mark R. Hunter
     Kirsten Veiss is setting a record for bad days: She’s broke, lost in rural Michigan, sunburned, and without transportation after her van hits a deer. When she hears a nearby radio personality making fun of the classical music she loves, it’s the last straw.
     Aaron Debolt just wants to bring classical to a wider audience, and he thinks a shock jock approach might do it. But he’s shocked himself when a sunburned, wild-eyed redhead bursts into the radio station late at night, brandishing—a tailpipe.
     Soon Aaron has his hands full in more ways than one, and Kirsten has a temporary on-air job under the name Radio Red. Now all they have to do is prove she’s not the one sabotaging the station’s operation.  



Simon and Schuster        Amazon        Kobo        

Google Play          Barnes & Noble



About Mark:  In addition to Radio Red, Mark R Hunter is the author of two romantic comedies, Storm Chaser and its sequel, The Notorious Ian Grant, as well as a related story collection, Storm Chaser Shorts. He also published a young adult adventure, The No-Campfire Girls, and a humor collection, Slightly Off the Mark.

In addition, he collaborated with his wife, Emily, on the history books Hoosier Hysterical: How the West Became the Midwest Without Moving At All;  Images of America: Albion and Noble County; and Smoky Days and Sleepless Nights: A Century or So With The Albion Fire Department. Mark’s work also appeared in the anthologies The Very True Legends of Ol’ Man Wickleberry and his Demise,  My Funny Valentine, and Strange Portals: Ink Slingers’ Fantasy/Horror Anthology.

As if that wasn’t genre enough, Mark’s currently putting the finishing touches on—a space opera!

Mark and Emily live in rural northeast Indiana with their dog, Baewulf (yeah, the spelling’s right), and a cowardly ball python named Lucius. There he works as a 911 dispatcher and volunteer firefighter, serves on various town boards, and puzzles over the concept of free time.

All of the books, and a link to Mark’s blog, can be found on his website at www.markrhunter.com, and he has an Amazon Author Page at www.amazon.com/Mark-R-Hunter/e/B0058CL6OO.
Mark can also be found on social media, including:
Facebook       Twitter        Goodreads        Tumblr




4 comments:

HiDee said...

Radio Red sounds like a fun read. Look forward to checking it out! Thanks for being with us today, Mark.

Angela Adams said...

Mark, after reading the first paragraph of the blurb, my initial thought was Kirsten truly deserves a Happy Ending! Best wishes with your book!!!

Mark R Hunter said...

Thanks, glad to be here!

Mark R Hunter said...

Angela, I've noticed that many of my books start with a traveler landing somewhere they didn't expect to be. But no one had as hard a time getting there as Kirsten!

Post a Comment