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About S. L. Kerns
S.L. Kerns may have southern roots, but this author has branched out to a life in Asia. He spent nearly six years lost in Bangkok before moving to his current home in Japan where he lives with his wife, and teaches English. When his face isn’t buried in a book, you can find him at the gym where he trains for bodybuilding competitions. Check out his fitness articles via Spiffy Cats online magazine.
A life of travel adds plenty of fuel to the fire, sparking fresh ideas and keeping his imagination wild. Now a published website content writer, columnist, poet, short story writer, and novelist, S.L. Kerns is thrilled to share a complete list of works on his Wordpress site. Subscribe to his newsletters for exclusive content, and brace yourself for his gripping, horror novel "The Rut" (Burning Willow Press) here:
Amazon page: Amazon.com/author/slkerns
The machinations of cats and mad gods are beyond human understanding.
Kill Those Damn Cats is a Lovecraftian anthology about the Cats of Ulthar, new stories of those furious felines' heroic adventures as well as their nefarious misdeeds.
Everybody's got a story about those cats.
Includes tales from young up-and-coming authors as well as Cthulhu Mythos veterans.
“Wilfil Creatures” by DJ Tyrer
“Nix's Night About Town” by Nicholas Diak
“The Daughters of Bastet” by James Pratt
“Dot” by Mark P. Steele
“A Story for the Zoogs” by William J. Wallace
“Rise, Cats, Rise” by S. L. Kerns
“The Dark Thicket” by Jason Scott Aiken
“The Uninvited Guest” by Rohit Sawant
“In These Dark Woods” by J. M. Heluk
“The Law of Unintended Consequences” by Kevin Wetmore
“Thimble Hearts and Tamarind Eyes” by Kris Dikeman
“Jangling the Silver Keys” by Khurt Khave
The First United Church of Cthulhu is the only real and legally recognized nonprofit religious organization whose faith is based on the Cthulhu Mythos and the visions of our mad prophet H. P. Lovecraft. Find the church at FUCC.IT
In his first collection, S.L. Kerns portrays unforgettable characters on the double-edged sword of both success and failure, characters who put their hearts and hopes on the line in pursuit of individual desires. Some seek fame while others seek peace. Some seek vengeance, and some crave affection. "Angel and the Weeper" follows a failed Thai actress with a strange new business and she is unwilling to give up on her big dream. "Nothing to Be Proud of" tells of a so-called war hero from 'Nam wanting nothing more than to put the horrors he witnessed far behind him. In the title story, the main character has obtained a major record deal and should be overjoyed, but time on the road and singing of his sorrows only remind him of the wife he lost. "Scrap Metal Memories" introduces a victim of arson seeking retribution for his lost house and the memories it once held. Don't miss these gripping tales and many more.
S.L. Kerns, author of The Rut (coming soon from Burning Willow Press)
What do the above have in common?
All these themes (and more!) are contained in this book of 21 stories suitable for youth 13 and up.
Authored by Cassandra Williams, Rod Martinez, Randy Whittaker, Kathy Price, Alan Kemister, Paul Stansbury, S. L. Kerns, E. F. Shraeder, Heron Greenesmith, Chantal Boudreau, Matthew D. Laing, A. W. Powers, Jeff C. Stevenson, Kevin M. Folliard, Katherine Sanger, Stephen Millard, Tom Robson, Chiara De Giorgi, Val Muller
Foreword by Steve Vernon
Created by C. A. MacKenzie/MacKenzie Publishing