Kenneth Best is a Creative Writing student at Full Sail University. In his spare time, he enjoys penning poetry and writing personal journals. Professionally, Kenneth writes action and adventure flash fiction stories and screenplays. A feature-length documentary about veterans coping with social and psychological battles is in development. Kenneth currently holds an Associate of Arts degree in Digital Video and Film Production from the Art Institute of Washington in Arlington, VA, where he produced three screenplays, two documentaries, and three PSAs. One of the screenplays became a short film tailored for the 48 Hour Film Festival in Washington DC (fall 2016). Though it did not win, the film received recognition at the American Film Institute theatre in downtown Silver Spring, MD. Kenneth enjoys reading books, watching movies and taking photographs of the local wildlife in the backyard of his home in Silver Spring. Since the natural world is one of his passions, Kenneth is often on road trips and hiking expeditions. National state parks, wildlife refuge areas and natural conservatories are his favorite places to explore and practice photography. Kenneth is reachable through his website and LinkedIn profile.
A young man escapes a bloodbath. A CIA agent consoles the mother of his former trainee. Two siblings kidnap a drug lord. A combat veteran protects his home from invaders. Conflict and suspense come alive in this collection of short stories by new author Kenneth Best Jr., called 'Rocks, Bombs, and Other Dangerous Things'.