How much do you remember?
Now, what if you could never forget?
Tom Donner is forty years old. He’s not a great man, but he has a good job. A beautiful wife and two healthy children. A paid-off home. Diversified investments. By any measure, he has led a charmed life. So, why is he so unhappy?
For Tom, the distant past is still the present. From his earliest failures to his greatest triumphs, each major event of his life is as fresh in his mind as the day it happened.
This is a problem, and it will have to be dealt with.
Time’s Incinerator is a darkly humorous and thoughtful exploration of one man’s unhealthy obsession with the microtrauma, melodrama, and nostalgia of his youth. It’s not for everyone, but it might be for you.
About the Author
Mark Hunter lives in Indianapolis, Indiana with his wife, their dog, and their cat. When he’s not working the night shift, he’s usually thinking about baseball or listening to punk rock or lifting weights. Occasionally, he tries to write something, and he’s very sorry about that.
Mark cites among his influences Kurt Vonnegut, Chuck Klosterman, Charles Bukowski, Henry Rollins, C.D. Payne, and stand-up comedy.
Mark was born in Pontiac, Michigan on February 12, 1979.