Ken Lewis is a Conservative award-winning author, blogger, filmmaker, outdoorsman, and former law enforcement officer who lives with his wife JaNell and their two dogs, Chewie, and Lindie, in the small town of Rogue River, Oregon where he was the chief of police before retiring in 2016. His first novel, Little Blue Whales, was the Public Safety Writers Association 2010 Grand Prize Winner for Fiction. In 2012, his second crime novel, The Sparrow’s Blade, won an Eric Hoffer award for commercial fiction. Ken’s most recent novel, Flight of the Bowyer, paints a chilling picture of the struggle to retain freedom and liberty in today’s “progressive” America. A sequel to Flight of the Bowyer, “R2” is currently a work in progress. Born in Idaho, Ken has been an avid outdoorsman all of his life. When he’s not working or writing, he can most often be found trekking the mountains, foothills, and high desert country of Oregon and Idaho with a rifle, or fly rod in his hands. He is currently a field assignment writer for The Hunting Page.
Twitter: @kennethrlewis @_TheWildLife_