Meet the Authors

About Susan Q. Knittle-Hunter

Susan Q Knittle-Hunter was born and raised in Southern California. She and her husband built and lived in a home in the Rocky Mountains for over twenty years. She taught special needs children but later became disabled herself with a rare disorder called Periodic Paralysis. She is the co-founder of the Periodic Paralysis Network, PPNI Publishing and has written five books.
  • Sotos Syndrome: A Tribute to Sandy
  • Living With Periodic Paralysis: The Mystery Unraveled
  • A Periodic Paralysis Guide and Workbook: Be The Best You Can Be Naturally
  • A Bill Of Rights For Periodic Paralysis Patients
  • What Is Periodic Paralysis?: A Disease Like No Other
  • The Young Trombonist From Williamsport
Get more information about Susan and her publications at Amazon Author’s Page or visit Periodic Paralysis Network, Inc..

Publications by Susan Q. Knittle-Hunter and PPNI Publishing

About John D. Hunter and PPNI Publishing

John D. Hunter was born in Ashtabula Harbor, Ohio and raised in Salt Lake City, Utah. He and his wife built and lived in a home in the Rocky Mountains for over twenty years. He has many trades and  interests including computers, teaching, corrections, carpentry, art, writing, science, philosophy, zen and gardening just to name a few. He is the co-founder of the Periodic Paralysis Network, PPNI Publishing and has written several books.
  • Over Consumption: Oil & Digital Expressions
  • Moments in Time: At Home in the Woods
  • The End Game: Senior Intervention
  • Pocket Zen: The Pathway to Spiritual Enlightenment

Currently, he lives in Sequim, Washington on a few forested acres with Susan, their 2 cats and a host of wild forest friends. Building web sites, gardening, writing and keeping pace with current events keeps him busy. The EZ Writing Guide will be available soon.

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