A wise man sees as much as he ought, not as much as he can. Michel de Montaigne

About Author
Michael Kent
Michael Kent
  • Country: Canada
  • Books: 5
  • Profession: Novelist
  • Born: September 9
  • Member Since: Dec 2018
  • Profile Views: 1,643
  • Followers: 9
  • Writing:

    Crime Fiction Mysteries
BIOGRAPHY

Michael Kent is a retired international management consultant. Contrary to his technical writing, his fiction always has a tinge of humor and a special twist to the tale.
A native of Montreal, he is fully bilingual, normally in the same sentence.
“My speaking voice is a mystery. I speak English with a French accent, French with an English accent and my Italian sounds Spanish. All of the above, spoken with an Irish lilt.”
Years as a private pilot, avid reading and extensive traveling, have built up a storehouse of plots and stories to be shared with the world.
Michael has penned short punchy stories on Writers on the Net, Writer’s Village University and Flash Me Magazine. He is an active writer and reviewer on The Next Big Writer and a member of the board of Crime Writers Of Canada.

  • Michael Kent

Book Views: 25

Bank Shot: A Lieutenant Beaudry Novel

Publish Date: Jan 30, 2019

Genre: Crime Fiction, Thrillers, Mysteries, Action & Adventure

avg rating4.7 - 3 reviews on Amazon

Michael Kent's Books

Bank Shot: A Lieutenant Beaudry Novel

Bank Shot: A Lieutenant Beaudry Novel

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Publication Date: Jan 30, 2019

Crime Fiction, Thrillers, Mysteries, Action & Adventure

4.7 (3 ratings)

Blood Tail

Blood Tail

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Publication Date: Nov 06, 2017

Crime Fiction, Mysteries

Folded Dreams (Lieutenant Beaudry Novels)

Folded Dreams (Lieutenant Beaudry Novels)

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Publication Date: Feb 15, 2018

Crime Fiction, Mysteries

Tainted Evidence: A lieutenant Beaudry Novel (Lientenant Beaudry Novels)

Tainted Evidence: A lieutenant Beaudry Novel (Lientenant Beaudry Novels)

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Suspense

Twice Dead: A Lieutenant Beaudry Novel

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Publication Date: Feb 10, 2018

Crime Fiction, Mysteries

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      • kentwriter 25 days AuthorAuthor
      • Writing is one part of the job, publishing and promoting your novel is another part of the business. One that you have to learn you may need help for this.
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    • allauthor 25 daysAllauthor
    • Writing can be an emotionally draining and stressful pursuit. Any tips for aspiring writers?
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      • kentwriter 25 days AuthorAuthor
      • Grow a thick skin. Perfection is on another planet light-years away. Your novel will never be perfect, you WILL have a few bad reviews. If you go back to a paragraph or chapter you wrote a few months ago, and it still makes you smile. That's good writing you can't please everyone -- but your writing must at least please yourself.
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    • allauthor 25 daysAllauthor
    • Have you ever experienced "Writer's Block"? Any tips you would like to share to overcome it?
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      • kentwriter 25 days AuthorAuthor
      • Writer's block is your subconscious telling you that something may be going astray. I take a break, a few days off, read a biography, science fiction or some novel not in the genre that I am writing. When I get back to the writing I see things differently and it always helps me to 'unblock' .
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