WINNER OF THE NATIONAL SELF-PUBLISHED BOOK AWARD.
Six months after his father died of ALS (Lou Gehrig’s Disease), Kenny Kemp cleaned out his dad’s stuffed-to-the-gills garage. What he found were fond memories, bittersweet recollections . . . and one amazing discovery that would change his life forever.
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About the Author
Kenny Kemp is an award-winning and best-selling author and filmmaker, whose memoir Dad Was a Carpenter won the Grand Prize in the National Self-Published Book Awards sponsored by Writers’ Digest magazine. Shortly thereafter, he was signed by HarperCollins to write a multi-volume historical fiction series set in Judea at the time of Christ. In addition, he continues to self-publish and speak at writers’ conferences, encouraging new writers to find a way to get published. When not writing, he works as a contractor, practices law, and flies his private plane.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Beautifully written memoir. The author expertly wove the story of his dad's life, past and present. Work of art! I don't usually read memoirs but this was a life worth sharing.