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Kenneth C. Flint
Kenneth C. Flint is the published author of fifteen fantasy, horror, and suspense novels including the best-selling Sidhe series. He has also published various other fiction and nonfiction works including Star Wars stories and a newly published history of 1820's Fort Atkinson.
His fantasy books--a combination of legend, history, and adventure--will be reissued in E Book format by Double Dragon Publications beginning in October of 2011, available for Kindle through Amazon. New novels filling out the series and covering the entire scope of ancient Irish myth will also be published.
In addition to his writing, Ken is a writing instructor at the University of Nebraska at Omaha and Metropolitan Community College in Omaha Nebraska. He is also a historic interpreter at reconstructed Fort Atkinson in Nebraska with his family, including wife Judy, son Gavin, son Devin, and his wife Melissa.
Kenneth C. Flint’s Cromm is a compelling new experience in a spellbinding urban and dark fantasy. Blending vivid contemporary settings and engaging characters with the dark and mystic forces of Celtic legend, Kenneth C. Flint has crafted an unforgettable blend of chilling terror and exciting adventure.
Drawn from Ireland’s most ancient tales of gods and heroes, Most Ancient Song beings a cycle of enthralling fantasy novels set in a world where the fight for survival becomes the stuff of legend.
Book 2 of the Gods of Ireland Series.
Out of the mists the Fomor came to enslave the isle of Eire, a dread race of twisted men ruled by an inhuman lord: Balor of the Evil Eye. But a champion came from out of the sea, a youth called Lugh, seeking his destiny, sent to Eire by the seagod Manannan MacLir to fulfill an ancient prophecy.
The evil lord Balor and his dark Druid Mathgen send the traitorous Bres with an inhuman army to recapture the isle of Eire.
Now the final battle approaches. The races of Erin join to free their homeland from the foul Fomor and their nightmare engines. But the evil lord Balor plans a fearful vengeance, and captures the sea-god Manannan MacLir. On a deadly mission go the Champions of Eire: young Lugh, the Master of the Silver Warriors; his beloved Aine; the fearless Taillta; Morrigan, the Raven warrior-woman; Shaglan, the Pooka Shapeshifter; the mighty Dagda and his brave son Angus.
The Irish boy Setanta—half mortal and half Sidhe— struggles to prove himself a warrior and find his place in the court of the powerful and arrogant king of Ulster, Conchobar MacNessa.
From a land lost in the mists of time, in a realm of myth and magic, where legendary heroes fought undying foes in ultimate battles of good and evil, comes the story of a proud and indomitable people and a magnificent nation whose birth was foretold by the darkest visions and the direst prophecies.
Out if the grey mists of an Irish dawn, a woman of the Sidhe whispered to the champion Cuchulain of a great adventure…of a majestic queen of flaming red-gold hair…of dew-drenched meadows where war chariots prepared for battle…of obscene incantations chanted by the evil druid Calatin to turn the blackest magic against the warriors of Ulster.
Cumhal MacTredhorn, the proud chieftain of the Fianna warriors, had defied Conn the Hundred Fighter, Ireland’s cruel High-King. Urged by the whispers of his evil Druid Tagd, Conn ordered the murder of Cumhal- and all his kin.
Warrior, outlaw, poet, lover, born in the midst of strife and sorcery, such is the legend of Finn MacCumhal, the greatest hero of Irish history. This is the tale of his perilous quest to the magical realm called the Land of the Fair, to win a weapon of awesome power... Storm Shield.
Ireland’s greatest hero, legendary warrior and lover, heir to a world of strife and sorcery, this is Finn MacCumhal. With steel and courage, he sets off on a perilous quest to save a desperate land and to free his beloved from the shadowy magic and thunderous evil of the one known as the Dark Druid.
This new novel of the Sidhe series is, like the rest, an epic fantasy for all ages, blending the myths and legends of Celtic Ireland with her history in a tale of high-adventure and romance.
A popular Celtic fantasy writer brings the rich flavor of legend-based stories to a contemporary tale. While developing a Celtic theme park in Ireland, Michael Kean encounters a beautiful, otherworldly woman who manages to stow away on his return flight to New York. The trouble begins when a trio of Celtic protectors follows her, determined to save her from a fate she desires--and bound to relive an ancient battle on the streets of Manhattan.
IRONCLAD is a Jules Verne-esque tale of action-adventure set in the closing days of the American Civil War. A band of ruthless Confederates breaks out of beleaguered Charleston in a sleek blockade runner. Their goal is England and a futuristic ironclad dreadnought built to aid the Rebel cause. The voyage is made perilous by a Union agent obsessed with stopping them. In Liverpool, they must escape his pursuit long enough to steal the ship and fight their way to sea. To arm their ironclad, they must face Britain’s most powerful armored battleship. Then, with a hold-full of the newly invented super-explosive called Nitro, they must begin a suicidal run back across the sea. The goal: to launch a terrorist attack at the heart of the Union with the world’s first weapon of mass destruction. And only one man can stop them.