Here are 5 fun facts about Kerry:
At 15, Kerry grew his hair out and picked up the guitar, and there was no stopping him after that. He continued developing his guitar-playing and songwriting skills through years of personal lessons, playing in several bands who performed numerous regular gigs at various bars, nightclubs, and private parties. In 1995, Kerry’s band played in the historic Fabulous Fox Theater in Atlanta, Georgia, as well as endless venues both popular and somewhat scary, including some spots where the sun never shines and only shadows dare venture.
Kerry has written, recorded, engineered, and produced 4 CDs of melodic hard rock filled with sweet guitar shreddage, some instrumental and some with vocals, and all are available for sale on his author website here under the “More” tab in the dropdown menu “Music”. Write him at kerrydenney(AT)gmail(DOT)com for a song sample now!
Kids come up to the dogs, read to them, pet them, and learn how to properly approach unfamiliar dogs. Holly and Kerry encourage the kids to learn to love reading, and help them with their reading comprehension skills. The kids absolutely LOVE Holly, and she loves them too. She’s like a furry four-legged rock star every time she walks in the library, minus the rad shades and leather regalia—and she’s always on her best behavior when she visits.
Holly and Kerry also visit hospices and retirement homes, where everyone is always happy to see her. Sharing Holly’s unique and unconditional love and unfettered wind-in-fur joy and happiness is an incomparable spiritually and emotionally rewarding experience for Holly’s various friends, as well as for Holly and Kerry. See photos of Holly at Kerry’s author website under the “More” tab in the dropdown menu “Photos.”
Also critically acclaimed, Kerry's short Christmas story A Clatter of Hooves has been published 3 times now: First in Silver Boomer Books’ A Quilt of Holidays on August 6, 2012, second on Page & Spine Fiction Showcase December 20, 2013, and most recently in the Christmas anthology A Cup of Christmas November 27, 2014 (all proceeds go to the First Book charity for underprivileged children).
His creepy Halloween short story October’s Children was published in Dark Moon Digest #16 on July 1, 2014.
His wicked mad short story Something in the Air was published in SNM Horror Magazine’s December Diseases Issue #61 on December 1, 2014, and was awarded Honorable Mention in the L. Ron Hubbard Writers of the Future contest in 2013.
His short story In the Night She Comes was the First Place Winner in the Atlanta Writers Club Fall 2013 short story contest.
His poem On the Corner was the First Place Winner in the Atlanta Writers Club Fall 2009 poetry contest.
Most recently, Kerry was invited to write and share two short stories for two different popular upcoming anthologies, both to be published in 2015.
To see more about Kerry’s various publications including poems—with links—go to the “Books” tab on this website.
You can find the Questionnaire here.
Feel free to check out some of the author interviews here on his blog, and see some of the fun and clever answers various authors have come up with.
Kerry thinks they’re already fixed, and being used without his consent. He’s fairly certain someone has been following and watching him while using his Cloak of Invisibility, and teleporting into and out of his bedroom at night while he’s sleeping.
Every time he goes to the shop to check on his stuff, it seems to be closed, and no one answers the door when he knocks. Hmm...