Mark Peacock joins Dr. Bunny in Wisconsin to discuss his incredible journey in life.  Mark grew up in Hollywood, California, and he’s truly had an amazing life so far! He’s been a professional actor, dancer, minister, author, raised 6 children (2 of which are world-class musicians), and so much more! While working for the Meals for Millions foundation, he was the winner of the International Distinguished Service Award – and that’s just the beginning!

Tune in as Mark shares some very interesting stories from his fascinating life journey!

About Mark Peacock:

Mark Hayes Peacock’s work first appeared in print in the Junior Journal, a publication written by and for teenagers. He followed that up as sports editor of his LeConte Junior High School newspaper and, later, in a University of Southern California Graduate School/Haynes Foundation internship he produced and edited a weekly publication for Town Hall.

Peacock published his first national magazine article in 1971. That was followed by a 40 year freelance career that saw cover stories, articles, contributing editorships and monthly columns in national, regional and local magazines and newspapers. Today, he writes a national advertising ad series for a client of more than 30 years. Until recently, Mark was the sole–and last– Wisconsin freelance writer published by the St.Paul Pioneer Press.

Mark’s fiction has been published in Minnesota Ink and in Soundings.

Mark Hayes Peacock is a semi-retired pastor and chaplain, the husband of a mental health therapist in private practice, and the father of six creative and successful children. Born and raised in Hollywood, California, Mark now lives and writes in Osceola, Wisconsin.

Mark’s short stories have been published on Amazon Kindle, in “Soundings” and “Minnesota Ink”. All three of his Kindle short story collections now have been combined in a print book, “The First Gathering of The Break Time Stories”. It’s available through Amazon.com: https://www.amazon.com/First-Gathering-Break-Time-Stories/dp/1521239843

Contact Mark Peacock 715-294-2467
Also visit: www.markhayespeacock.com

Contact Dr. Bunny Vreeland at (805) 482-8111 or E-mail: Bunny@BunnyVreeland.com
Also visit:  http://bunnyvreeland.org/  http://vreelandcollege.org/