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G. S. Kenney
G. S. Kenney
  • Country: United States
  • Books: 1
  • Profession: Author
  • Member Since: Jun 2019
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    New Adult Romance Romance Science Fiction Fantasy
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Author G. S. Kenney started reading early, and never stopped. In kindergarten, drawn in by an interesting book with a picture of three witches at a cauldron, she learned to read by starting with Macbeth. Now she writes speculative fiction. Her science-fiction romance novel Freeing Eden, published by Soul Mate Publishing, was a 2018 finalist in the Golden Heart® contest of the Romance Writers of America. The Last Lord of Eden, the second novel in the Ascent of Eden series, will be published by Soul Mate soon.

Interested in many fields, she studied the "Great Books" at St. John's College, architecture at Harvard, and financial planning at Boston University. She has also conducted post-doctoral research in psychology at the Center for Creative Leadership in Greensboro, North Carolina, and developed software systems. In addition to writing fiction, G. S. Kenney is an avid photographer. She has traveled to six of the seven continents, and has the photographs to prove it. You can see her travelogues and photography on her website at www.gskenney.com.

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Freeing Eden

Publish Date: May 29, 2019

Genre: Romance, Science Fiction

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Publication Date: May 29, 2019

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    • allauthor 23 daysAllauthor
    • What, in your opinion, are the most important elements of good writing?
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      • gskenney 23 days AuthorAuthor
      • When I first started writing, I would have said that the most important element is a gripping story. Perhaps this came from my childhood background as a reader of 1950s and 60s science fiction, and it was reinforced by the enthusiastic interest of my own young children. I still do believe in the importance of a dynamic story, but the more I write, the more I realize that character development is, if anything, even more important than plot.
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