Author Archives: Jonathan Brett Kennedy

About Jonathan Brett Kennedy

Husband, father to furry children, reader, writer, and lover of history.

Update on my #WIP and #Research

I have been a Bad Writer of late, and an even worse blogger. Life is hectic, it happens. Two weeks ago, I was unable to spend my days off writing because I fucked up my back, and the only way … Continue reading

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May is never an easy month for me. I’m superstitious anyway, but these 31 days, I become even more so, and it’s been that way since I was 15. For a lot of minor reasons, and two big ones, I … Continue reading

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A Review of The Assassin’s Accomplice by Kate Clifford Larson

I’m a history nerd. I enjoy reading about historical events of all varieties. I’ve read biographies of various historical figures from Hendrick Hamel to “Miura Anjin” William Adams, from Joan of Arc to Elizabeth I, from Adolf Hitler to King … Continue reading

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An Update on Works in Progress

Right now, I have two projects I am actively working on. The first is the co-venture with my better half is currently in the research phase, while we formalize the outline before beginning the actual writing. Below is a picture … Continue reading

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“Shit Stain” Sean Hannity and More!

For those of you who do not know, the fuzz recently raided the offices of attorney Michael Cohen. That doesn’t just happen. There is obviously enough evidence for a judge to sign off on raiding a lawyer’s office to confiscate … Continue reading

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Ten Novels Everyone Should Read Once

Boy’s Life by Robert McCammon IT by Stephen King ‘A’ is for Alibi by Sue Grafton The Handmaid’s Tale by Margaret Atwood The Caine Mutiny by Herman Wouk The Murder of Roger Ackroyd by Agatha Christie Roots by Alex Hailey … Continue reading

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Two reviews (kinda), an explanation, and a stupid joke.

When I last posted two weeks ago, I promised to have a review of Arkham Asylums: A Serious House on Serious Earth by Grant Morrison, and that this week I would have a review of In Cold Blood by Truman … Continue reading

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