Mark is a master storyteller. He loves to observe the human condition and write about it. If you, or someone you know, is experiencing challenging times, the Missouri native’s latest book,"Life Is A Rollercoaster" might be just what the doctored ordered. The short stories that follow will help give you hope and confidence to deal with the unexpected and unwanted stuff life enjoys to throw our way - when least desired. The foundation of these stories is connecting with others and having an “aha” moment. We hope you find value in the stories that follow.
Mark's third motivational book, written in his usual short-story style,
encourages readers to realize the importance of effectively dealing with
change, challenge and adversity. Inspired by life’s “aha” moments the
Missouri native shares strategies to “turn life’s lemons - heck with
lemonade - into sweet and savory margaritas.” The book’s title was
inspired by an amusing author Mark and co-host Denise Plante interviewed a
few years back on KUSA-TV’s morning program, Colorado and Company. Like
the other two books, good for bedside, briefcase or beach.
Mark’s second collection of writings moved, beyond children-based stories,
to stories from all phases of life. What was no different than Kids Teach
was the style and purpose: to encourage others, despite what ails us, to
“run to daylight” in trying like heck to play like champions - home, work
and elsewhere. Like the other two books, good for briefcase, beach or
Mark’s first book was not really strategized. As Mark began motivational
speaking wise mentors suggested, “You need a book.” Well, it so happened
the father of two loves to write short stories - you read them as Pep
Talks - encouraging others to play like champions wherever they roam. He
also loves to write about kids, his and others. So there were many stories
with kid-related themes available. Victory Productions lumped them
together and called it a book. Like the others that followed, good for
beach, bedside and briefcase.