Mark H. Walker
Words. Stories. Games.
Mark H. Walker is a retired Naval Officer and Explosive Ordnance Disposal diver. He has written professionally since 1990, and during that time has composed hundreds of magazine articles on computer technology, computer gaming, and auto racing for major publications such as Autoweek, Alaska Airlines Magazine, The Armchair General, Playboy, Computer Games Strategy Plus, Computer Gaming World, The Science Fiction Weekly, Civil War, and popular Websites such as The Daily Radar, Incite Games, and Gamepower. Additionally, he has authored 28 books, including How to Use the Internet, Games That Sell, A Parent's Guide to Playstation, and Xbox Fan.
In 2003 Mark designed the board game Lock ‘n Load: Forgotten Heroes, and three years later, in 2006, he founded Lock ‘n Load Publishing. He followed up his Lock 'n Load design success by creating World at War--an alternate history game, and Nations at War, a game set in World War II.
Mark has also penned three novels: A Craving for Blood, World at War: Revelation, and Everyone Dies in the End.
He lives in Virginia with his wife, Janice, three daughters (when they aren’t at college), four dogs, and two cats.