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The Marrying Kind won The Rainbow Award for best debut 2012. IT won a silver medal at the 2013 Independent Publisher Awards (The IPPY). It was a finalist for the 2013 International Book Awards (LGBT Fiction). The Marrying Kind was also included on Smart Bitches Trashy Books list of three favorite books of 2012.

Ken Lives in NYC with his husband and their two cats and is at work on his third novel.

A reader asked, okay it was my mother, where the idea for George Bailey Gets Saved in the End came from. Here is the answer:

I had been staring at a blank computer for a bunch of days, after a series of false starts on novels. In order for words to appear on the screen you actually have to write something. But I wasn’t doing that. Instead, I was feeling rather sorry for myself, thinking I was de... Read more of this blog post »
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Ken O'Neill Alec ☼ wrote: "Thanks for the connection (and compliment), Ken."

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