Kevin Manus-Pennings


Kevin Manus-Pennings is a novelist, poet, and editor. He was raised on a small farm in Southeast Georgia with two avid readers as parents and two avid dreamers as brothers. Between family stories at home and mythological stories at school, Kevin’s imagination was set to simmering at an early age, resulting in numerous game designs and other forms of storytelling.

After graduating from Mercer University with a degree in History, English, and Political Science, he worked for twelve years as an editor in fiction, Southern history, and literary criticism. His work with skilled writers and historians sharpened his own abilities and gave him a renewed sense of history’s role in shaping a people’s identity.

Kevin currently lives in Macon, Georgia, with his wife and favorite fan Karen.

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A Shore Too Far
Price: $2.99 USD. Words: 49,640. Language: English. Published: September 7, 2011. Categories: Fiction » Fantasy » General
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Kara Asgrand, daughter of the king, is the greatest military mind of her time, but now a wondrous fleet has approached her people’s shores. When this new people arrive, the visitors’ tale of woe doesn’t add up, and their plea for help may be a prelude to invasion. Kara must decide if her warrior’s instincts are keeping her cautious or are they betraying her and endangering thousands.

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asgrand    avandi    damendine    daughter    fantasy    kara    military fantasy    mystery    political intrigue    suspense    woman