Puddicombe, Ken

Image of Ken Puddicombe against a bookshelf.

Ken Puddicombe’s first calling was in the Accounting profession. He’s a Professional Accountant [CPA,CMA] who provided controllership for a number of companies in the private sector before he retired to pursue his love of writing. His hobbies includes travelling and he is slowly covering all five continents, having already travelled to South East Asia, South America, and Europe.

He considers himself a people watcher watcher and loves to observe all aspects of the human psyche. His writing has appeared in newspapers and literary journals.

Originally from British Guiana [now Guyana] in South America, he immigrated to Canada in 1971 and still lives there with his family.

Racing With The Rain, his first novel and is set in British Guiana, Cuba, Canada and Guyana was published in 2012. His second novel Junta was published in 2014 and is set in the fictional island of Saint Anglia where the military stages a coup. His collection of short stories Down Independence Boulevard was released in 2017. His first book of poems Unfathomable and Other Poems was released in May 2020. His genre is fiction, based on international locations but especially focussed in Canada, the Caribbean and Guyana.

Follow him on Twitter @kenpuddicombe

CommuterLit posts:

“Beyond the Cracked Sidewalk”