enny Thames is a modern day bard.
The rich environments that he creates for you, as he reminisces about his life open up windows allowing you to experience the last century in a way that would be likened to Mark Twain spinning his humerous yarns. Kenny’s voice to the ear, is what Norman Rockwell’s brush was to canvas.
Take a walk with Kenny thru your minds eye and watch over his shoulder as he paints a picture that will warm your heart and give you a a rare chance to see what small town America was like as he grew up.
His audio biography is a must for anyone who wants to hear a slice of what our mid western American roots originated from.
What the Reviewers are saying:
Author Kenny Thames begins his story with an eye opener,
and embodies it with further heart wrenching, gut catching,
awe-inspiring stimuli. Thames (pronounced Tims)
does not leave his audience waiting or wondering, as he does
not waver, but tells a constant riveting story about his life. Thames
does so with respect for his readers precious time, as he uses a ten CD
ormat consisting of small chapters. This way Thames surmises, one might
choose a time to listen that is conducive to the ever busy and busier schedule.
Although, many will find this hard to accomplish as you will cheer loudly, and cry with complete abandonment.
Such is the time spent enhaling this spellbinding book. Mrs. Lona Thames will cuddle you in her breast of love, witticism, as well as her supreme and instinctual mastery of mother-wit. Although the book is meant to be about young and older Kenneth Thames, the book exemplifies something in every one of us; the need to understand who, why, when, what and how we came to be. Share Thames’ journey. In the end, I promise you, one or more of these questions will no longer thirst.
(A Review by Sharon ‘hyku’ Austin: Author of Letters To Milan; A poetry manuscript)
Listen to Chapter One.."Under The House!"