December 10th, 2012
Hey, did you remember that Christmas is coming? Yeah, me too. One of those great things about Christmas is also one of those awful things about Christmas: finding the perfect gift.
Well, far be it from me to suggest that your favorite person of interest might like a copy of my novel or short story collection – oh, wait, that’s what I’m here for. They’re easy gifts, more entertaining than a subscription to C-Span and a lot less expensive than a Lamborghini. Really, how could you go wrong?
If your gift recipient can’t read: Teach them! I’ll wait.
Storm Chaser should appeal to anyone who likes romantic comedy, or humor, or action, or who likes to see a big bad State Trooper bested by his family and a wandering disaster photographer. Chance Hamlin is also a volunteer firefighter, and doesn’t much like photographers – especially photographers who rescue him. But he has to keep close to Allie Craine, because she might be the one causing a series of fires and accidents near his home town.
Storm Chaser Shorts is not about shorts, but Storm Chaser Short Stories wouldn’t fit on the cover. Set before Storm Chaser, the collection features characters from the novel as the events of their lives guide them toward an eventual meeting. Genre? Humor, action/adventure, drama, and something that might be just a bit mystical …
You can learn about both on my publisher’s website, at:
Both Storm Chaser and Storm Chaser Shorts are available there and at Amazon.com, Barnes&Noble.com, and Fictionwise.com, although unfortunately the short story collection is sold only as an e-book – you can get both for Kindle or Nook. You can also order a print copy of the novel through my website at www.markrhunter.com .
If you live in northeast Indiana, the print version of Storm Chaser is available at the offices of the Albion New Era and Churubusco News, Summer’s Stories in Kendallville, The Bookmark on North Anthony Boulevard in Fort Wayne, and Just Off the Square Antiques and Collectibles on Main Street in Albion.
See? That didn’t hurt too much.