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Kenny Kemp


"I started it yesterday and have hardly put it down since.I hated for it to end!"

-- Amazon.com


"A unique take on the afterlife informs this original, comic novel.'

-- Booklist


"A soul-expanding allegory in the welcome tradition of Jonathan Livingston Seagull."

-- James Michael Pratt


"A superf story full of charm and wisdom."

-- Carol Lynn Pearson


"A wonderful treat for those who enjoy stories of life and love after death.'

-- School Library Journal

Clean Slate

Pray it was only a dream

​Mitch Osborn is having a series of dreams which take place far in the past from the year 2030 in L.A. where he lives. Each dream is a piece of a mysterious puzzle where he crouches on a lawn at midnight, peering at an idling vehicle at the curb, its fender mangled. He knows there's a dead woman somewhere nearby . . . and he killed her.

    In his work at a software firm, Mitch notices how two co-workers who were once in a relationship that ended badly are now acting like new friends. Stunning, considering she had a restraining order against him just yesterday. But today they're laughing at a joke together as if nothing even happened.

    Mitch discovers they've been to Clean Slate, where they had the memories of their incipient love affair erased. And neither seems the worse for wear.

    The guilt Mitch experiences from his dreams is ruining his sleep and health. He decides to go to Clean Slate to see if they can erase his bad dreams.  

 Available as a FREE e-book download.

Science Fiction


Book of the Year Awards

Visionary Fiction

Independent Publishers Association

Science Fiction

NextGen Indie Book Awards

Visionary Fiction

USA Best Books Awards

Religious Fiction

USA Best Books Awards

Spiritual Fiction

Independent Publishers Association

Visionary Fiction

Independent Publishers Association

To keep a promise he made on Earth,

he had to break every rule in Heaven

Oki's Island

A hero's Journey

Oki, a young Polynesian, is fishing not far from his island -- the only land he has ever known -- when a terrible storm arises. After the dark clouds clear, Oki discovers to his horror that his island is gone. He is lost at sea with only his wits and his meager provisions to sustain him. 

    As he searches for home, he discovers islands both strikingly similar and strangely different than his own; people and places that challenge everything he believes to be true.

    In this inventive re-working of the classic hero's journey, Kenny Kemp weaves a fascinating tale of courage, hope, and triumph.

I Hated Heaven


Tom and April Waring have a great life, a successful business, and a healthy, happy little boy. Best of all, they are deeply in love. But the good times come to a screeching halt when Tom is diagnosed with inoperable cancer. Though Tom's faith gives him peace, April is distraught. So at Tom's deathbed, she takes his hand, tears in her eyes, and whispers, "When you get to the other side--if there is another side--promise me you'll come back and tell me."

    Tom squeezes her hand weakly and nods. "I promise." 

    Thus begins Tom's adventure in Heaven, a place totally unlike the harps-and-halos scenario he had always imagined. And when his request to return to Earth is routinely denied, Tom must make a fateful decision: Does he have the courage to risk everything -- even his very soul -- to keep his promise to April?


Destiny awaits

​The deadly virus Cobalt rages across the earth, threatening to extinguish all life. In Tanzania, Cobalt ground-zero, an ancient mummy is unearthed, along with a heart sealed in a stone jar, the tissue of which is inexplicably immune to the virus. As the world melts down under Cobalt’s unanswerable assault, renegade scientists clone the mummy, hoping for a cure.
Meanwhile, K’tanu, the man whose body the mummy once was, is living with his family and tribe in the afterlife, which they call Lightland. When the scientists succeed in cloning the mummy, K’tanu is wrenched from his loved ones and thrust back into mortality, unaware of his past or even his own identity.
​ ​Born into a nightmarish modern world, and lacking any memory of his prior life, K’tanu must re-discover who he is. With the aid of two scientists who reluctantly come to belief in the reality of the soul, K’tanu begins his sojourn back to his loved ones in Lightland, a journey that begins in a secure scientific installation in the Nevada desert, crosses an emptied-out American continent, the broad, featurless Atlantic, up the muddy Nile, and ends in a collapsed volcano in Tanzania, his ancient birthplace.




"The story rockets along at a good clip with fluid writing and lots of scientific detail."

-- ForeWord


"A superb supernatural thriller."

-- MK Reviews


"A masterful mix of heart-pounding adventure and heartfelt romance."

-- David Farland