Ken is an author, screenwriter, quality manager, and trainer.
His first novel was released in 2005. His most recent work included "Jim's Unsung Heroes," a true story of the Battle of the Bulge as told by his late grandfather. His sitcom pilot script "Roommate Wanted" was a finalist in the 2013 Creative World Awards.
He has a master's degree in political management and was recently recognized as a Certified Employee Benefits Specialist (CEBS) by the Wharton School of Business. He has guest lectured at George Washington University and lives in northern Virginia.
The Battle of the Bulge was a critical battle in the war against Hitler's Nazis. Soldiers fought and died every day in the dead of winter. And when a grenade fell into his foxhole, Jim thought he was surely dead. What happened next was nothing short of heroic...
Note: This tale of survival & family was based on previously unpublished memoirs by the late James C. Kerns, a former Army sergeant.
Originally a self-described introvert and “creative nerd,” over the last decade Kenneth Kerns has found the leader within himself as an extroverted trainer and innovator at one of the nation’s oldest Taft-Hartley retirement plans. Now, after landing his dream job and taking it to the next level, Kenneth is sharing all the lessons he learned along the way.
Karaoke. Brightly colored shirts. "I Voted" stickers. Prank wars and scavenger hunts. These defined the young lives of Mike and David. They were students like any others: they rushed a fraternity, went to parties, and sometimes even went to class. But after making a difficult choice, only one could go on to become a U.S. Senator. Find out how in this collection of short stories.
Tornadoes strike in the town where Senator Adams grew up. His newest aide, Jeff Simon, is already on the scene. The town's recovery brings back painful memories for them both.
Other seemingly unrelated events are also in motion: A freelance detective is investigating an unlikely suicide. And lobbyists are meeting to secure a new Supreme Court justice.
What unfolds next will change everything.
Sixteen years after he left college, Mike Adams wrote a best-selling satire that is now set to become a movie. Not everyone liked what he wrote. As people get hurt and eerie messages are left behind, Mike finds himself targeted.
Now, he must ask: What did he write that enraged this attacker? Who in his past would do this? And is any of this related to a secretive group known only as The Circle?