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Fetching: 'Walk into Koko Ken Martinez's World in 8 Superb Stories'
     

Fetching: 'Walk into Koko Ken Martinez's World in 8 Superb Stories'

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by Michael McKeegan
 
Michael McKeegan has assembled his eight favorite Ken Martinez (Indie-poet / indie prose writer, Ken Martinez who has also written numerous culinary and (very droll) satirical articles) stories plus a prize-winning interview that he did with Ken Martinez into this eBook. These stories differ in style and theme but they are all autobiographic in some way. Many are from

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Michael McKeegan has assembled his eight favorite Ken Martinez (Indie-poet / indie prose writer, Ken Martinez who has also written numerous culinary and (very droll) satirical articles) stories plus a prize-winning interview that he did with Ken Martinez into this eBook. These stories differ in style and theme but they are all autobiographic in some way. Many are from Ken Martinez autobiography, “Koko Ken” but what sets them apart from the Paperback / eBook is McKeegan’s comments that give these stories a different twist. In “Koko Ken”, Ken Martinez writes about his life threating birth defect, Spina-bifida, downplaying the hurt and loneliness that so many writers would have written about but in “Zippy: My Most Unforgettable Character”, the reader can really feel these real feelings. Ken Martinez is very sincere in that he does not once blame God in any way for his handicap but praises Him for what he [Ken Martinez] can do and for his many accomplishments. This book, in Michael’s opinion, has the best pearls among the pearls.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781468965018
Publisher:
Booktango
Publication date:
11/13/2015
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
1
Sales rank:
837,242
File size:
570 KB

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Fetching: 'Walk into Koko Ken Martinez's World in 8 Superb Stories' 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
and mine is Mr Abadon and Ollie and McKeegan's interview. I was there in the audience. Zippy shows the hurt of this disabled man, living on 60+ years of borrow time that God has given Ken Martinez so far. There's some really good stories here about a handicapped man. Way to go, Mike with your choices.