Martha Kennedy has published three works of historical fiction. Her first novel, Martin of Gfenn, was awarded the Editor’s Choice by the Historical Novel Society Indie Review, the BRAG Medallion from IndieBRAG in 2015, and, in 2017, was named to the short list for the Chaucer Award from Chanticleer Reviews. Her other two novels, Savior and The Brothers Path, form a loose series, looking at the experiences of the same family, Savior in the 13th century and The Brothers Path in the 16th. Both are IndieBRAG Honorees. Kennedy has recently published a memoir entitled My Everest which is a compilation of stories about about her years of trail hiking in the "wilderness" around San Diego with her dogs. My Everest is also an IndieBRAG honoree. Kennedy has also published many short-stories and articles in a variety of publications from the Denver Post to the Business Communications Quarterly. For many years she lived in the San Diego area, most recently in Descanso, a small town in the Cuyamaca Mountains. She now lives in Colorado, in Monte Vista, a small town in the San Luis Valley that she thinks might be Heaven.
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