If you heard Kenn Crawford’s Parsec-nominated Podiobook, Dead Hunt, you’ll know what kind of quality to expect from his audio short stories. Created with the same production values that set his full-cast production apart from the others, his audio short stories will leave you wanting more. Podcaster Mark Prestash says, “Once I heard the quality of your production you ruined me. Now I hear all the little mistakes some other people miss in their audio books.” Biochemical scientist Dilwyn Havard says Kenn has “Superior production values.”
As Kenn’s debut novel, Dead Hunt, gained more than 88,000 downloaded episodes in only four short months, you would think he would stick to the zombie genre that put him on the map. But Kenn’s audio short stories prove his imgination is as versatile as his audio engineering and songwriting skills – from the moving coal mining story “Steven’s Song“, to the true story of the poltergeist found in “Mary Ellen Spook“, to the intense & violent thriller, “I, Daddy“, Kenn steps outside the box time and time again and let’s his imagination play.(Coming soon, “Samhuinn Cemetery”, winner of the 2010 NFW Writing Contest.)
“I was positively terrified while reading Dead Hunt.” ~Holly Christine, Reviewer for the Pittsburgh Books Examiner
Off the coast of Nova Scotia, on a remote island, a lonely scientist, a powerful computer, a simply mistake, unleashes a new threat somewhere in the hills of Margaree.
“Everyone makes mistakes. Some are small, some are bigger. My father’s mistake, born of an innocent heart and fueled by sadness, was the greatest mistake. Some thought the death of his little girl drove him to the point of insanity, some thought he was trying to be God. But, this is not how it happened. The truth is: he wanted to save me, to give me live, and in doing so everyone was doomed.”
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