Sheri J. Kennedy a.k.a. Kennedy J. Quinn is an individual who thrives on creating. She’s a visual artist, photographer and writer. FEELING HUMAN is her fifth novel. She studied philosophy, literature and communications which gave her a B.A. in Humanities. Thoughtful curiosity influences all of her pursuits. She enjoys participation in her community and life with her husband in a small house on the banks of the Snoqualmie River in the mountains near Seattle, Washington.
Sheri J. Kennedy is owner of FreeValley Publishing and Editor of FVP’s website.
A Reality with a Twist Book… FEELING HUMAN is a wild ride contemporary slice of life in which a young man’s consciousness is removed from his body and is observing others from the inside. Before he takes this unique journey, Jac King lives in isolation on his Grandpa’s farm due to an extreme hypersensitivity to the emotions and energy of others. As a fly on the wall to the human soul, he can finally learn to know other humans and perhaps come to terms with his own feelings – including feeling abandoned by his mom. Can he ever learn to be more than alone?
What if everyone became the same?… In LIKENESS, early millennium Seattle-based workers Charlie and Emmaline are thrust from their comfortable and quirky marketing department to the Worldwide Pharmaceutical Conference stage. They present their ad for a new drug, Assimilaire, that minimizes social anxiety by making one feel the same as those around them. In a strange twist, a free sample causes the audience members to not only feel like, but to become like athletic geek Charlie and adventurous artist Emmaline. Forced to stay at the conference by a bomb scare, the affected hotel guests are caught in an impromptu madcap experiment exposing the nature of similarity and difference. This snappy contemporary novel provides much to think about and plenty of humor as it considers the value of who we are.
THE LOST TRAIN – An FVP Book Anthology, Editor and Project Coordinator, Short-story Off the Rails
An anthology presenting a diversity of visions, ideas and genres interpreted in seven short stories and ten works of art. Created for enjoyment by all ages, on the theme: The Lost Train. A cooperative collection from FVP Books Authors and NBA&I Artists. Proceeds benefit non-profit Arts organization: North Bend Arts & Industry.
~Thoughts run OFF THE RAILS into dementia and alternate reality. Love stories run parallel through tests of time. Can a steam train break through space-time into dimensions of the mind? Is it true, all you need is love? By Sheri J. Kennedy & Kennedy J. Quinn * Paired Artists: Kristin Tetuán and Cameron Tower & Ellen Rowan.
Free-flowing Stories – Anthology, Editor, Short-story Dark Descensions and photos included
Free-flowing Stories is a varied collection from eight Pacific NW authors. – From spicy humor and savory story-lines to luscious prose and sweet escapes, this banquet of literary treats is sure to whet your appetite for FVP’s full course novels and to satisfy the bookish hunger of even the most voracious readers.
Short Stories, Poetry, Photos and illustrations appear in these journals:
Doorways, Northwest Independent Writers Association Anthology 2019 – Short Story Hallway Light
A doorway can be an opportunity, an escape, or a transition. No matter where it goes, something changes.
Fifteen Pacific Northwest authors invite you to enter their domains and wander through their imaginations. The stories within will transport you to magical realms, unexpected futures, and surprising situations.
Leaves & Flowers, Vol. 2 – Short Story Yellow Ribbons & Cover photo + interior photos
Fall Into Story Short Story The Fairie’s Whim and Poem Torrents of the Fall & Interior Photos and Book Design
3 is the Magic Number Short Story Echoes and Eddies & Interior Photos, Margin Drawings and Book Design
SEE OTHER BOOKS & ARTWORKS BY THIS AUTHOR UNDER FEATURED AUTHOR, KENNEDY J. QUINN
Author Photo Credit: Brenda Huckle, Genuine Image Photography with photoshop pop-through by Sheri J. Kennedy