John G. Chapin is best known for writing tall tales about his slow lane, mundane life. Chapin has a master’s degree in communications, and has retired from a lifelong career as a Communication specialist (which, possibly, entailed masterful graffiti on the concrete walls of a highway overpass). He worked for over thirty-five years in the Broadcast Industry. More recently, as a broadcast consultant and college instructor.
Lighthearted humor had always been a major part of Chapin’s world, and he expounded on a calamity to the ridiculous stage. In case you were still unaware of Chapin’s writing style, He had used the formula of mixing equal, half-portions of wit and narrative. Chapin has now become quite distinguished for his ‘half-wit’ humor. All that in hopes of entertaining you.
Like Chapin’s great grandfather, Sedley, who was an early-day columnist in Osborne County Kansas under the penname of Crosby, JC too has a talent for wit and clever phrases. (And, a knack for down-to-earth wisdom.)
John Chapin has been married over forty-five years to Connie, a talented, published songwriter, and poet. Their two adult children are closet writers, who expressed thoughts of their own younger generation. Their son, Brad, is a published author in the field of psychology, international speaker, and creator of the Challenge Software Program. (Search: selfregulationstation.com.) Recently, John noticed that their daughter, Leah, has, unfortunately, displayed a warped sense of humor and may join his creative endeavors. Beware!