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Ken Scholes

USA flag (b.1968)

Ken Scholes Ken Scholes is the award-winning, critically-acclaimed author of multiple novels and short stories. His work has appeared in print since 2000 and includes the Psalms of Isaak series and the short story "If Dragon's Mass Eve Be Cold and Clear."

Ken's eclectic background includes time spent as a label gun repairman, a sailor who never sailed, a soldier who commanded a desk, a fundamentalist preacher (he got better), a nonprofit executive, a musician and a government procurement analyst. He has a degree in History from Western Washington University.

Ken is a native of the Pacific Northwest and makes his home in Hillsboro, Oregon, where he lives with his twin daughters.

Genres: Fantasy, Science Fiction
Psalms of Isaak
   1. Lamentation (2009)
   2. Canticle (2009)
   3. Antiphon (2010)
   4. Requiem (2013)
   5. Hymn (2017)
Ken Scholes recommends
Servant (2009)
(Dark God, book 1)
John D Brown
"In his debut novel, Servant of a Dark God, John Brown adds his voice to epic fantasy with a world I can see and smell and taste and believe in… and characters I can cheer for, travel with, and want to see again."

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