Author Bio

SONY DSCKevin Kennedy is a freelance writer, poet, ebook author and  decorated veteran of the United States Navy with over 25 years of honorable service to our country. He proudly served in aviation as a Naval Aircrewman, Search & Rescue Swimmer and Aviation Operations (AVOPS) Limited Duty Officer, also known as a “Mustang.”

His first in a series books for kids, Ten Dollar Words For Kids, is published by Halo Publishing International and illustrated by Jay Fife.  His latest projects are an ongoing series of children’s books dedicated to increasing the level of vocabulary in young minds with a foundation focused on the fundamentals of education that translate into the next generation’s world of social and interpersonal abilities and behaviors.

Kevin is happily married to a highly intelligent woman, has four amazing kids, three ever-hungry dogs and two curiously unusual cats. A graduate of Southern Illinois University at Carbondale and native of Upper Arlington, Ohio.

3 thoughts on “Author Bio

  1. Kevin,
    As a mother of 3 ( now 6 with the wives and husbands) mother to a Soldier and mother in law to another. The wife to a Navy man and grandmother of 2 ( the youngest is 18 months old and just learning to talk) I want a book when its ready.. I think education at an early age is very important for the more they are prepared for their education the better ..
    I think your an awesome person , and as an Army brat and now the Armymom for the 82nd Headquarters Battalion and Charlie Battery Co. and about 1500 Soldiers that served with our son Justin in the sand box I want to support a fellow service member..
    Love and best wishes for success

    1. Tracy,
      I just realized I never responded to this, which is something I want to get better at doing. The ramp up to launching the first book has been about as dizzying as it gets, but I don’t like it when things like this drop off my radar. I really appreciate the outpouring of support from friends and family like you and welcome the comments good or bad so I can do better.
      My son is in the Army as well and working as a Kiowa Crew Chief on the East coast so the inspiration to serve continues in the family. Regardless of branch, I’m proud of them all.

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