Hickey's Books was founded by authof Ken Kuhlken (www.kenkuhlken.net) when he gave up owning a brick and mortar bookstore and feared he might get lazy. He, and partners James and Tim Garfield, publish books they love. However, they find promotion a nasty business and apparently don't care enough about money to approach it with gusto.
By Ken Kuhlken
Published: November 10, 2010 by
In the early 1970's, high school senior Jodi McGee turns from drugs and boys to Christ, but soon thereafter falls for her English teacher. As a result, tragedies test her will, her faith, and her sanity.
Finalist for the Ernest Hemingway Award for best first-published novel.
"The pace, clarity and assurance of Midheaven made it a pleasure to read." Anne Tyler
She wasn’t the only angry woman at U.C. Berkeley. Edgy but unaware of the reasons, she only knew she had to flee, that she couldn’t save the world until she had first saved herself.
A passion for music delivered her to Spain, to Seville, a provincial city fertile with the cry of guitar. There, coveting gypsy power, driven to dance with wild audacity, she staked her life on Flamenco.
By Ken Kuhlken
Published: October 29, 2011 by
The Practice of the Presence of God is a classic of Christian literature, loved by Catholics and Protestants, praised by the likes of John Wesley and A.W. Tozer.
During a troubled time, novelist Ken Kuhlken discovered the book helped him find some peace and promised even more if he could fully understand. Reading Brother Lawrence chronicles his search for understanding.