Demons roar from the mouths of lions and the devil lives on an alien planet in this collection of three adult fantasy/paranormal novellas set on Earth, Hell, and Heaven, and in the nether somewhere in between. Passion for Poe is the first novella, which spins from Calgary to Denmark in a crescendo of dysfunction. Demons slop from the trunk of a car bought by Astria Brin with her boyfriend, Patrick Ferguson. Lions gaze from a bridge in the center of Calgary and follow them home, as mysterious dreams, murder and horror intertwine. The second novella takes place in a netherworld of Paradise, Earth, and Hell. Dark Angel introduces Drake Bent, a half-demon man who roars about the universe on a chromed Harley-Davidson motorcycle with his terrier dog Killer in the sidecar. His girlfriend, Lori Flower, is linked to Drake in life and death, with the Devil’s curse on them both. After Drake’s parents die in a tragic car accident, he embarks on a furious mission of redemption. In Father of Lies, we travel between 3000 years into the future, the 20th century and 3000 years B.C. in ancient Greece. As beings from Alpha Centauri await Earth’s demise and Sol’s nova to replenish their spirits, they watch Earth and one family in particular.
Kenna McKinnon is the author of SpaceHive, a middle grade sci-fi/fantasy novel presently in its second printing on Kindle; The Insanity Machine, a self-published memoir with co-author Austin Mardon, PhD, CM; and DISCOVERY – A Collection of Poetry, all released in 2012. BIGFOOT BOY: Lost on Earth, was released on October 30, 2013 by Mockingbird Lane Press, a traditional small press. A children’s chapter book, Benjamin & Rumblechum, published by Mockingbird Lane Press (January 2015). Currently she’s authored Blood Sister, a quirky mystery starring a schizophrenic female private eye; Den of Dark Angels, and Short Circuit and Other Geek Stories. Her books are available in eBook and paperback worldwide on Amazon, Smashwords, Barnes & Noble, and in selected bookstores and public libraries.
Her interests / hobbies include health and physical fitness, volunteering, writing, reading, the occasional drumming circle, and cooking. She lives in a high-rise bachelor suite in the neighborhood of Oliver in the City of Edmonton. Her most memorable years were spent at the University of Alberta, where she graduated with Distinction with a degree in Anthropology (1975). She has lived successfully with schizophrenia for many years and is a member of the Writers’ Guild of Alberta and the Canadian Authors Association. She has three wonderful children and three grandsons.