A native of Cincinnati, Ohio, Thomas Hauck earned his B.A. in History of Art at Tufts University, graduating magna cum laude. He earned his M.B.A. at Endicott College in 2004. After serving with leading Boston area cultural non-profits including the Rockport Chamber Music Festival, Montserrat College of Art, and the North Shore Music Theatre, Thomas became a full-time professional book editor and ghostwriter. Thomas is also the editor of Renaissance Magazine, America’s leading national magazine devoted to the ren/medieval experience.
“As a book editor and ghostwriter, I help both emerging authors and established professionals reach their literary goals,” says Thomas. “No one will work harder to make a client happy. Writing and publishing a book should be a very rewarding experience, and my job is to make sure that my clients’ books are competitive with the finest literary products in the marketplace.”
Thomas Hauck has edited or ghostwritten over one hundred books, many of which are category bestsellers on Amazon.com. In addition to serving his literary clients, Thomas writes fiction and has completed three novels. Pistonhead is a coming-of-age novel about a guitar player in a rock band who faces difficult choices. Lucas Manson, a literary horror thriller, pits FBI agent Mark Dylan against a charismatic multimillionaire evangelist who is the leader of a bloodthirsty hominid species. Both are available on Amazon.com. His new spy thriller Avita Doesn’t Love You, to be published by Whiskey Creek Press in 2014, traces the moral and physical challenges faced by agent Kevin Lone as he battles an implacable global enemy. To learn more, visit KevinLone.com.
Thomas’s short stories have been published in The Armchair Aesthete, The Bitter Oleander, and The MacGuffin. His collection of short stories and poems, Public Image: Stories and Poems, was published in 2009.
Thomas lives with his wife Kim Smith, a published garden book author, in a house overlooking historic Gloucester Harbor. Thomas and Kim have two children.