As glorious as it seems, success is not a path paved with gold. In fact, some of today’s most successful figures had to endure life’s hard blows before reaping the hard-earned fruits of their labor. Such is the case of published author and distinguished personality Paul Lamar Hunter.
Hailing from Racine, Wisconsin, Paul Lamar Hunter was born in 1970 to James and Louise Hunter. As the 19th of 21 children, his childhood experiences revolved around the turbulent themes of poverty, neglect, and tragedy. Little did he know that his difficult past and previous struggles would dictate the trajectory of his purposeful journey as a passion-driven media personality.
After the untimely deaths of his father and brother, Paul Lamar Hunter’s mother distracted herself by focusing her energy on the homeless shelter she founded. However, what was meant to be a stabilizing influence for her family and respite for the downtrodden only became a breeding ground of dysfunction. To everyone’s dismay, the shelter did not turn out as expected.
Despite the series of misfortunes that marked his life, Paul Lamar Hunter never lost hope. Quite the contrary, the adversities he encountered only motivated him to become a better and stronger version of himself. After years of earnest efforts and genuine endeavors, the visionary’s determined spirit and unshakeable faith would eventually earn him a degree in Business Administration from Upper Iowa University.
Looking back, Paul Lamar Hunter cannot be any more grateful for the challenges he faced. Had it not been for the hardships he endured, he would not have become the laudable figure he is today. Now, he is the father of four adult children and the esteemed author of a book that has tugged at the heartstrings of many readers worldwide.
“I wrote this book in response to my mother’s story, ‘Love and Charity, The Life and Story of Louise Hunter and The Love and Charity Homeless Shelter,’ which was written by Dennis James Woods,” Paul said in an interview.
Paul Lamar Hunter’s “No Love, No Charity: The Success of the 19th Child” is a beautifully-written autobiography that has earned the attention of renowned publications like Ebony magazine, Black Enterprise magazine, SA Express News, Radar Online. As a matter of fact, the author himself has appeared on several television shows, including Face The Truth, Living 808, Good Things Utah, The Morning Blend, Travis Smiley, Tom Joyner, and “Fox and Friends.”
Proving to be unstoppable at his game, Paul Lamar Hunter is more than willing to participate in speaking engagements and book signings. In this way, he can get to know his readers by heart and establish meaningful connections with them. His book is currently available at Barnes & Noble through Amazon and iTunes.
What anyone who admires his work should know that both books have been adapted into a screenplay, and Paul is looking forward to a movie deal by the end of the year.
As can be gleaned from his deep-rooted journey, Paul Lamar Hunter has become a beacon of strength and hope for those struggling just as he did early on in his life. On a mission to bring positivity and kindness to as many people as possible, this purpose-driven character promotes the message that the limits of nature and nurture are expanded by faith, determination, and fortitude.
Learn more about Paul Lamar Hunter by visiting his website. You may also reach him at email@example.com.