Clint H. Dunshee

Clint was born in northern Michigan in 1960. In 1982 in entered the US Air Force, spending his entire 20 year career as a medic. It was his experiences in the military that gave him countless ideas for novels, and the discipline to put them on paper. Other than writing his loves are astronomy, weather forecasting, movies, and sled dog racing. Besides writing novels Clint also loves movies and had written two screenplays. He has two novels thus far, Dark Autumn and Mackinac Triangle (both a sci-fi thrillers). He currently is residing in northern Michigan with his two cats and four Siberian huskies. ************************ Interview: What makes you proud to be a writer from Petoskey Michigan? Petoskey Michigan is a small area without a lot of “known” people. What or who inspired you to become a writer?  My military service. Did your environment or upbringing play a major role in your writing and did you use it to your advantage? My time in the military made we want write stories about experiences and military people. When did you begin writing with the intention of becoming published? About 10 years ago. What has been your most rewarding experience with your writing process? Overcoming challenges to finish a manuscript. What has been your most rewarding experience in your publishing journey? Seeing my name on book covers. How many published books do you have? Two Please list the titles of all your books: Dark Autumn by Clint H. Dunshee Mackinac Triangle by Clint H. Dunshee Do you come up with your title(s) before or after you write the manuscript? Before Please introduce your genre and why you prefer to write in that genre? I will write different types, no set type. Which book title would you like...

Mackinac Triangle by Clint H. Dunshee

Mackinac Triangle by Becky Vasquez was a young medic in the US Air Force. While on a humanitarian mission in El Salvador, she and her team are betrayed by one of their own. Worse yet, it is a man Becky loves. When they are attacked by drug runners and left for dead, Becky’s heartbreak leaves her more wounded than her physical injuries. Her zest for life gone, Becky heals on the outside and hides her more personal pain. She accepts a job that she hopes will be routine and stress free on Mackinac Island in northern Lake Huron. But Becky hadn’t counted on meeting dashing young Tim Green, himself running from a checkered past. And neither of them counted on the sudden unexplained disappearances of boats and people in the waters surrounding the area. Will being in danger once more force Becky to take a chance on love once more? When it appears an ancient curse is to blame for the mounting disappearances, Becky and Tim are thrust into a final confrontation with the unknown, all the while learning they can live and love again. Cold Coffee Press Book Review For Mackinac Triangle by Clint H. Dunshee This fictional account is set on Mackinac Island which is located at Lake Huron in Michigan. Lake Michigan and Lake Huron are joined through the 5-mile wide, 20-fathom deep, open-water Straits of Mackinac. Author Clint H. Dunshee points out in his prolog that the “area is rich with military history and Americans did occupy the fort located on the island at one time.” Becky Vasquez was seeking relief from her nightmares, physical and emotional trauma related drug runners that left her for dead in El Salvador while serving as a medic in the US Air Force. She...