Kevin Deeny




A summer's swim in the Delaware River turned toward tragedy for Marcus Kenrick. Saved by his brother's call, he remains quiet about his near-death experience. As he explores its meaning, he grows to be a man with an uncommon capacity to heal and unrelenting curiosity to understand its potential. During a day's hike to photograph waterfalls, his capacity to heal fails him and he is unable to prevent the death of a five-year-old drowning victim and questions its purpose. As Marcus explores the source for the healing he experiences, he touches many lives in his small Pennsylvania town and begins a broader awakening. Click on the cover image to order from the publisher.


Reflections from Levittown

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Levittown Pennsylvania is a solidly middle-class/working-class suburb of Philadelphia. The 'sense-of-place' derived from this middle-class neighborhood permeates the essays with a perspective on issues in the wider world. The writings present observations with humor, humility, awe, and sometimes with gentle scolding; all with a hopeful intent. Click on the cover image to order from the publisher.

GOD We Have A Few Questions

A Collection of Questions for GOD


As many of you know, the post script of my novel, SNOW PICTURES, includes a few Questions for GOD that the main character compiled during his life. Those of course arose from my own questioning. As a result of several recent conversations, it soon became apparent to me that I am not alone in this – we all seem to have questions for GOD or our personal definition of a higher power. With that realization came an idea for a new project; to ponder and publish (in some form) a collection of Questions for GOD. The conversations about these Questions are not an attempt to define “Truth”. They instead represent the result of observations, both inward and outward, arising from life experience. As such, they are a point of view – no more, no less.  Click on the cover image for the complete pdf.

Bending to the Light

Musings On Issues of Citizenship

On occasion, I am motivated to write. Subjects vary but increasingly over the last few years I have written about social and political observations. I’ve assembled this collection of essays, some of which have been previously published, that are focused on a civics theme. A few personal writings are also included to provide some of the background that colors my perspective. Click on the cover image for the complete pdf.



A Fictional Tale

This started as a few thoughts and kept growing. I sought to complete my thought within 5 paragraphs for each segment which I would then post. The sequence of the segments is as written – since each was posted I could not change the order and the story had to develop as a series. I found it fun to write in this style and I enjoyed watching it evolve; I never knew what I would write about from piece to piece. Click on the cover image for the complete pdf.

Review for Snow Pictures

Author remains true to a story structure, builds upon it and keeps the reader’s experience in mind.” 

“Just beautiful, and inspiring.”


- Judge, 28th Annual Writer’s Digest Self-Published Book Awards