Dominic Schunker was tired to the bones of the 7.35 to work every day and his wife was tired of him. Then he saw a flaming ball fly past his window and soon after that, he saw his second UFO. Things needed to change.
He sold his partnership in a small boutique law practice in the city of London and realised his wife was right. She would do a lot better without him. He is delighted to announce she has and they remain best buddies.
He currently lives up a mountain in Javea, Spain, and has a very small German Shepherd puppy called Poppy. You should see her feet. She won’t be small for long.
Dominic’s fiction is based on the right of every human being to become randomly haunted and taken to the limit of their sanity. It happened to him. Why not everyone else?
Dominic sat up on his mountain for two years and wrote four books, encompassing ghosts, time travel, aliens (ancient and modern), demons, nasty fat corporations, conspiracies and God.
An Unfortunate Dimension is his debut novel.
Machine Sense will be released in early 2019 and is a time travel conundrum. Two further novels, Letters from Angels and Oscar’s Square, are at various draft stages and also due for release in 2019.
One day, good will prevail over evil.