Kevin Cooper is an eclectic author and song-writer. His works are multifarious with books in genres ranging from Fantasy & Sci-Fi to Memoir, and Drama with something for all ages through the medium of novels, novellas, short-stories, poetry, and music. Some of KC’s major influences in literature are JRR Tolkien, Philip Pullman, C.S Lewis, Terry Brooks, and J.K Rowling.
KC was born in Hull, England. At 21 years of age, he moved to the USA where he first attended Western Kentucky University, but transferred to Asbury College where he graduated with a BA in Psychology. He then attended Asbury Theological Seminary for a couple of years before moving to Arizona where he enrolled at the Grand Canyon University, obtained a research fellowship and graduated with a M.Ed. His career in education spanned from tutor to teacher, to college lecturer. He later changed careers and went into management working for The Hertz Corporation. After almost twenty years living and working in the USA, he returned to England where his worked in the NHS for several years before giving up work to care for his wife, and focus on his writing.
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Reflections: The Illustrative Version A collection of poetry and songs about love, life, relationships, and musings about things we can’t truly explain like dreams or Déjà vu, Each poem has an illustration that perfectly complements it. Reflections will open you up to feelings of awe and wonder.
Caboodle: & The Whole Kit Relaxing episodes of life, family, love & romance, faith, and even the odd, inadvertent run-ins with some quite unsavoury fictional characters. This anthology of short stories, poetry, and songs also includes the latest edition of KC’s popular short story: The Devil’s Apology.
Animal Tales is a delightful collection of short stories and poetry, most of which were inspired by real life events and animals. All profits from Animal Tales are donated to Animal Rescue Centres.
The Wizard, The Girl and The Unicorn’s Horn A children’s fantasy that takes you to the magical land of Geo where people, goblins and even trolls live in relative harmony. It is the old wizard’s job to care for the land and its inhabitants and maintain harmony when things go amiss. Things change drastically, when the evil shadow comes with his demon hordes. The people awake to find themselves held captive deep below the caverns of Geo, and their fate, along with all of Geo now rests in the hands of the old worn out wizard, a ragtag bunch of goblins, and a mysterious little girl.
Miedo 2: A Reckoning With Fear As Miedo comes into young adulthood, he is confronted with new demons while he searches for answers to his past through Spiritualism. But, rather than finding answers, he is left with more questions as a plethora of paranormal experiences occur in his life yet again. His spiritual journey leads him towards the path of Christianity, but where will his physical journey take him?
Miedo: Living Beyond Childhood Fear is a memoir written as a British Drama set in the historical city of hull during the mid-1960s-1980s. This is the true story of a boy who after losing his mother at a very young age, begins to experience a plethora of paranormal incidents brought about through the circumstances of living within a dysfunctional family, resulting in a childhood filled with fear.
In this short epic fantasy/satire, the devil gives his account of what went on when he fell from grace. He speaks of how it all began and depicts God as the culprit. Witness the powers of the heavens in majestic battles between angels and demons as he retells the story.