Keven Newsome is a child of God, husband, father, and friend, in that order. He’s also a novelist, musician, and sometimes artist. He has an MA in Theology with a transcript double in Biblical Studies, from the New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary and is actively serving in ministry as a pastor. His debut novel Winter was a finalist for the Compton Crook Awards and the Grace Awards. His other works include Prophetess, the sequel to Winter; three contributing stories in the Aquasynthesis anthology; and a contributing micro-story in the Avenir Eclectia anthology. Keven is the founder of The New Authors’ Fellowship and produces music and video through Newsome Creative.
- kevennewsome [at] gmail [dot] com
- Prophetess (Winter book 2). November 2012, Splashdown Darkwater.
- Avenir Eclectia, Vol. 1. Contributing micro story. October 2012, Splashdown Books.
- Aquasynthesis, Splashdown Vol. 1. Three contributing short stories. August 2011. Splashdown Books.
- Winter. June 2011, Splashdown Darkwater.
- The Effects of Cultural Mythology on the Fictional Mythology of Tolkien, a critical essay published by TheOneRing.com under the pen name Oliver King.
- Winter was a finalist in the 2009 Marcher Lord Select Premise Contest, sponsored by Marcher Lord Press.
- Founder of The New Authors’ Fellowship.
Available now from Splashdown Darkwater.
The prophetess for a new generation.
Winter Maessen didn’t ask for the gift of prophecy. She’s happy being a freak – but now everyone thinks she’s crazy. Or evil. Goths aren’t all the same, you know. Some are Christians
….Christians to whom God sends visions.
Students at her university are being attacked, and Winter knows there’s more than flesh and blood at work.
Her gift means she’s the only one who can stop it – but at what price?