Mark Aaron Quick is an award-winning writer whose love for helping people is revealed in his writing and career choices. Besides being a devoted author, he has been a school counselor, teacher, college professor, guitar instructor, newspaper writer, public speaker, and professional harmonica player. His hobbies include playing chess, trying to keep up with the intricate lives of his three daughters, and going on road trips with Marcia, his wife of more than 3 decades.
What are you working on next?
I'm working on my first published novel. I'm very excited about this new project!
What do your fans mean to you?
My fans are awesome. My first book "Wisdom for Today's Decisions" was read over 100 times by one man from the San Diego area. He told me he used the book as a daily devotional by reading a chapter a day out of it for nearly 10 years. That book has 31 chapters, so he read through the book about 12 times each year. I have never been more flattered. When he told me that I was inspired to continue writing even more!
• An award-winning scientist has a major life secret about to become exposed to public knowledge.
• A down-on-his-luck country singer experiences a breakthrough that is about to change his entire life.
• A missionary to Uganda trying to save the lives of orphan children ends up facing a firing squad.
• A reporter trying to find a worthwhile human-interest story gets more than he bargained for.
You Can Be A More Creative Christian helps readers explore how to use their personal gifting in ways that can touch others and bring glory to God. Award-winning author Mark Aaron Quick helps readers develop a broad palette of creativity. Topics include imagination, skill development, the power of symbols, and examining how rest and leisure impact creativity.
Love Deeply, Think Deeply, Live Dangerously is the new book by award-winning author Mark Aaron Quick. 13 compelling topics reveal how attitudes and perceptions influence “life” choices. Readers discover how God’s Word sheds light on which priorities, beliefs, and values are safe to hold versus which ones are spiritually dangerous. If you change the way you think, you can change how you love.