Mark Hunter (ozma914) wrote,
Mark Hunter

Hoosiers Are Still Hysterical

I try not to go overboard on social media with "Buy My Book!" posts, but I remembered today that the anniversary of Indiana's birth is coming up in a couple of days--and of course, we're well into Christmas shopping season. So I came up with this ad, and if anybody sees it on various social medias, I hope you'll let me know so I have an idea of how it's doing. I also believe, firmly, that we all need more humor and happiness in our lives right now, and this is arguably the most fun of our published books. Spreading cheer: Seems like a good thing.


Happy (December 11) birthday, Indiana! Celebrate with a fun and funny read on Hoosier history and trivia: everything from where the word "Hoosier" came from, to how a landlocked area of Indiana became the sight of the westernmost naval battle of the American Revolution:

Hoosier Hysterical: How the West Became the Midwest Without Moving at All, by Mark R. Hunter

Just $2.99 as an e-book or $10.00 in print--great for a Christmas gift. Find it here, and look for more of Mark's books:

Tags: books, christmas, history, hoosier hysterical, humor, indiana, nonfiction, writing

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