Marc Drummond lives in Woodbury, Minnesota, with his wife, Rita. Their cocker spaniel adores Rita, while their cat tolerates Marc as long as he feeds her promptly each and every day at the times she specifies by yowling. They enjoy watching episodes of Friends, getting together with friends and family, taking walks through their neighborhood, catching a movie now and then, and visiting Disney World. Marc and Rita look forward to meeting their daughter when she is born.
When Marc graduated from Hastings High School in Minnesota, and he gave a valedictorian speech, one of his fellow students—who had surgically replaced his canines with vampire teeth—leaned over and said, “That guy’s weird.”
Just before graduating from Albion College in Michigan, with a Bachelor’s degree in English, a concentration in public service, summa cum laude, with Honors, Marc threw the college’s president in his pool.
Marc has also earned degrees in web design and graphic design from Minneapolis and Community Technical College. He turned projects in his classes into a website with which he proposed to his wife.
By day, Marc does web and graphic design. By night, he sleeps.
You can find him on Twitter (@MarcDrummond), where he often tweets about responsive web design, the Drupal content management system, all things Apple, and other assorted forms of geekery. He posts on his blog, marcdrummond.com, about similar things, but with many more words. You can learn more about Marc’s writing on his Smashwords author page. Hey, you're on that now!
Feel free to encourage Marc’s behavior by saying nice things about this book wherever you bought it or by telling a friend about A Chasing After Wind. Or, if you didn’t like it, wait, I just ran out of room, so I guess I can’t offer any suggestions about that situation.
Where to find Marc Drummond online
A Chasing After Wind: A Collection of Speculative Fiction Short Stories
A Chasing After Wind is not just a short story collection; another story surrounds the telling of these stories. Discover contemporary stories that walk the border between science fiction and fantasy, where moments of humor emerge from tragedies. Is this struggle in vain, a chasing after wind? Or does everyone deserve a second chance?
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