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At age 11, Kenneth W. Harmon knew he wanted to be a writer after he read S.E. Hinton’s The Outsiders. Following high school, he began writing short stores and completed his first novel when he was 19. He took some time off from writing and studied at Fort Worth Police Academy. When he graduated, he was the youngest police officer on the force at the time. After taking an early retirement from the force, he began pursuing his writing career once more. He wrote two historical novels and a mainstream novel. It wasn’t until 2010 that Kenneth decided to have short stories published, and he had 14 stories appear in various publications. He has served as a judge for the Pikes Peak Writer’s contest as well as the PNWA writing contest. In 2011, Llewellyn Worldwide accepted his non-fiction book, Ghost under Foot: the Spirit of Mary Bell for publication, due for release this month. Today, Kenneth joins us to discuss the book and his personal paranormal experiences.
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