About The Fiction Writer & Psychopath – Alex Kennedy

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At the moment, I am not represented by an agency.

First-off I would like to thank you for stopping by…

I write because words are all I have; I’ll out-rightly out write you because you write what is rightly right!

My name is Alexander Kennedy, I am 26 years old and live here in Kingston Upon Hull – England. As a young “Mental Challenged” teen I quickly developed a love for rhyming words (Aspirations of becoming a white rapper/ poet.) But I didn’t know it was the love for the shock of words I loved.
But after a few years on the poet scene I found out the words I used were no longer filling that void within me. I needed a challenge while I was attending a mental health hospital for delusions, unable to tell the difference between reality and dreams, walking around and having terrors form right before his eyes, all the while trying to keep my “Normal life” held together. I found a way out in Short stories and Screenplays. I generated myself as a novice pen-man. But as I marched my way through the writing scene, the words I was using did not have the same effect on me, so thus a novel was needed for his void. Taking all of the distorted images of people and events within my life, I create some of the weirdest and dark toned stories.
To keep my void filled I must still tackle all of my writing on a weekly or daily basis to ensure my pen doesn’t get lazy.

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“I have been to hell when I was boy, when I arose from the fires I became a man; now, living out my life as an act to fit in to a place I can never truly be part of, so I write worlds I remember to entertain you from the darkness that raised me.” – “Psycho-Speak” Alex Kennedy.

If you would like to send us a private message, YOU CAN! We will receive your message and relay it back to Alex. The link is below. (NOTE: If you could leave us a short comment upon this page stating you have sent us a message, it would be appreciated, as we are not always on the email. Thank you.)

If you would like to talk to me about my writings or possible representation or guest-blog please use the e-mail below.

alexander44bc@hotmail.co.uk

“I am a real life Mental Patient. Now I shall show you a world within the one you live in.” – Alex Kennedy

(YOU STEAL OUR MATERIAL, MY LAWYER WILL HUNT YOU DOWN! …May I just point out some of my earlier stories, from years prior, are from when I was mentally ill and on meds, so there maybe some spelling mistakes and weird twists. No I will not change them! They remind me of a time when I was less than myself now. But as I have grown, so has my work and spell-checking. Thank you.)

HAVE YOUR SAY AND TELL ME WHAT YOU THINK! Thanks for reading.

Pages of madness I write and sleep with upon my bedroom walls.

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153 responses to “About The Fiction Writer & Psychopath – Alex Kennedy

  1. sparrowscastle

    I’m so glad you’ve found a creative outlet that fits your needs. Maybe you should consider taking some of your fantasies and rearranging them into children’s stories. After all, children love nothing better than the magical, imaginery world of make-believe. Wishes for the best for you. Eileen

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  2. Thanks for liking my post! I appreciate it! 🙂

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  3. Thanks for liking my post! I like your fairy tales section 🙂

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  4. Hi Alex, thank you for choosing to follow one of my blogs (http://smilekiddo.wordpress.com) – I really appreciate it. I wish you health and wellness, and lots of creativity channeled in all the right places.

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  5. Thank you for liking my blog. It is always good to see that someone has dropped by, even briefly. Good luck with your work; it isn’t always easy, and sometimes it’s really hard, but when the good times happen, it’s great.
    Tiggy

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  6. Hey Alex, Cool blog! It’s always great to read about other people’s travelling experiences. On our website we normally publish stories and articles about hitch-hiking and travelling so if you any story you would like to be seen by a wider audience (with a link to your blog of course). This is how we do it: http://hitchhikershandbook.com/your-contributions/travel-stories/ Drop us a line if you are interested.
    Happy travels!

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  7. Like minds think alike– “living out my life as an act to fit in to a place I can never truly be part of” …much Light & Love to you on this journey.

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  8. Alex, thanks for sharing your journey. It’s great to meet a fellow author in the blogging world. We share a passion for stories and screenplays. I appreciate your ‘follow’…thanks! .

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  9. Thank you for stopping by my blog and liking my work.

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  10. Hello Alex, thanks for liking my post. I remain a socialmediatard as I could not navigate from your like via your gravatar to here, I had to go to my email notification of your like to find your base of operations via a link in that notification to one of your articles. Just to let you know, if you want add a link in your gravatar profile to your blog. Hmmm, I bet I have not done that either (goes to look). Nope. Now I need to work out how to do that…
    In any event, my technical challenges aside, good luck in all your writing exploits!

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  11. Hi Alex-

    Thanks a million for the follow and the support- it’s much appreciated!

    You definitely have an excellent blog here. Very happy to be a follower!

    -Andrew

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  12. I came to your about page to comment that your writing seems to be more a fusion of lyrical poetry and literary commentary only to find you seem to think the same. I think your stuff here and what I’m sure you could do should exist as a sort of commentary byline in a magazine. A series regular sort of thing if you get me, almost a columnist but not quite. Anyways that’s what I get from what you write. Terrific stuff. And whatever you do stay away from those meds, as the psychs have commented themselves they don’t deal in cures. Why they exist if not to “cure” something I don’t really know. But your stuff is great and I look forward to reading more.

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    • Thank you, Temperamental Monkey. I shall stay away from the meds, as long as they stay away from me; but trouble has a way of finding me, even in the darkest of holes.
      I like the idea of your blog, reblog some of my stuff, I know it’s suppose to be hush-hush, but I want to be a part of your writing team – But named haha! I mean if you can.
      And as you wish, I have just written something new. Hope you enjoy.

      You keep that pen busy, you hear!
      Write something that no one has ever written and the audience shall come.

      Alex

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  13. thank you for following my blog! I find your blog intriguing, entertaining and thought provoking!! thank you for sharing your thoughts and written words. Happy writing!!

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  14. Thank you for visiting my blog and the like on my poem.

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  15. Hi Alex. I’m proud whenever a fellow writer follows me. Thanks.
    pochp

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  16. Dear Alexander: You are amazing. A sense of awe, excitement, imagination laced with wonder sparks your creativity. I do imagine that everything in the universe enchants you and thus your writing is exemplary.

    Thank you for commenting so kindly on my blog at: Exploring the Craft of Fantasy Fiction. Karen

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  17. You got talent in my humble opinion. Very unique style. We all have demons incidentally. Never met a single person yet who didn’t. Nice work. Thanks for stopping by too.

    Teige Roe

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  18. Thanks for the “Like,” I’ve been cruising around your blog and still have more to check out, but I really like your style. I’ve been sitting here nodding my head reading your ‘insane scribblings,’ because I know just how therapeutic they can be to get onto paper. I have notebooks full of them, but never thought to do anything with them. I don’t think our brains were designed to hold all of it in, anyway, so we keep on scribbling! 🙂

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  19. Alexander, I wish you the best in your writing pursuits and congrats on the followers. Thanks for checking out my blog as well. Love the pages all over your walls. That’s how my room was at one time when I was living back in Ohio. Now that I’ve moved around so much I have everything (somewhat) contained in journals and throughout multiple notepad files. Your story is inspiring and I am glad to hear about your rising up from your dark past and into this creative endeavor. Cheers man. Be well. -Alexander Johnny

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  20. Thank you for following me.

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  21. Thanks for following Diary of an Internet Nobody. I like your style of writing. Interesting blog, I shall enjoy discovering more.

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  22. Thank you for the follow – I’m following back!

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  23. Thanks for the follow. After reading your about, I feel we would get along famously. I think I’ll stick around here. Cheers!

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  24. Thank you Alex for Liking my Post. You aren’t a Psychopath for you exhibit thoughtfulness toward others and love for your writing.
    We’re more split personalities for there are so many characters running around within us. Keep your humor…
    Are you familiar with the poetry of William Watson English poet 1858-1935. A poem of his resonated with me when I was an adolescent and still does.
    “World Strangeness”
    Strange the world about me lies,
    Never yet familiar grown–
    Still disturbs me with surprise,
    Haunts me like a face half known.

    So between the starry done
    and the floor of plains and seas,
    I have never felt at home
    Never wholly been at ease.
    There are two more verses if you would like to look him up.

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    • I know I’m not a psychopath, I explained in some earlier posts that I was a schitzophrenic; but explaining that to some sane people is hard, so I just tell them I am a psycho. Haha! I know, weird.

      And I love the poem, so dark and bled straight from the soul… I LIKE IT!
      Will have to do my research on that. Thank you.

      Keep your pen busy!
      Alex

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  25. Thanks for the like on my blog, Alex. Perhaps because I’m not very stable myself, I find your world kind of scary. Your writing has many turns of phrase that I find interesting and creative. Best wishes as you continue.

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  26. Hi, Alex! Nice to meet you. Thank you for following my blog. I wish you all the best with your writing. As my writing teacher, Andy Couturier says, “Keep the pen moving!”

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  27. hey alex, i love your ‘letter to my future children’ and admire that you are so open and free discussing your mental illness, especially that it brings you closer to your creativity through writing. the photos of your bedroom wall are intriguing. i’ve done that while writing a book, just to see how the pages looked together. thanks for stopping by my blog! great to read you. best of luck finding representation.

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    • Jenny, your words are a blessing to me. Someone finally to see things from my POV – Hopefully one day the representation will come but until then I shall continue to keep ringing-out my soul and smudging up these pages. I shall be back to your blog. Thank you so much.

      Alex

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  28. woodbeez48

    Thanks for taking the time to follow my blog 🙂 Good luck with your writing.

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  29. Thank you for liking my post! It’s been so long since I’ve written, so it meant a lot. I am excited to read more on your blog soon 🙂

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    • How do I get these?? I have never been nominated for anything before. 🙂

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      • For real!? Well It’s for your kindness and your effort you put in your comments! The power and strength in your writing style! I also love your Honousty about your “insanity” (I’m insane and crazy too , i like that kinda people hihi!) For never giving up and always try to do better en keeping your pen busy (Yes i read about the rejection! And from the bottom of my heart I think that you deserve these for many more reasons but this are the best ones !Have a nice day Alex! It’s not an obligation to accept these Bouquet but if you want I will see it!

        Xoxo
        Love
        Sheryldine

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      • “Make it so, number one!” – Yes, I am watching Star Trek the old movies. But it would be awesome if I were to get any reward for my writing, I went red when I saw your comment earlier (True!) But in this comment, I am moved by your words; this is how I wanted people to see me, not just another writer, I wanted to show the world behind all of my closed doors. And if everyone could see me within that light, I could die a happy-tappy writer. From the deepest abyss of my heart, thank you. You have made my year and if I was given this award, I would not let my readers down. Thank you again!

        Keep your pen busy!
        Your Friend, Alex

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  30. Thanks for visiting the Jenn stories!

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  31. Hey Alex!
    Found your blog through the blog of Sheryl (strong words have power), my cousin and I thought I should check it out! 🙂
    I hope you don’t mind me wandering around here for a while. 😉
    Lots of love
    Patty

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    • Instead of writing to all of your comments, I shall place them all here. You are more than welcome to trek through my blog, there’s rather a lot to go through, I warn you, you’d be here for a week, reading all of it. And my poetry was my first love, so I am really passionate about it and give it 100% every time I write. And with the Rejection Letters, I am thick-skinned already so half my battle has been won. You comments have put a smile on my face. Thank you so much. Sheryl is an awesome blogger, I can wait to come wandering around yours now. Good luck with the book, Patty.

      Have a nice day and drop by again.
      Keep your pen busy!

      Your friend, Alex

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      • Hey Alex,
        That’s okay, I like to camp on other blogs every once in a while. 😉
        So I will definitely be returning to see what else you wrote.

        I adore poetry, especially the dark ones. I love writing it as well.

        Glad that you have a thick skin already! 🙂
        And I am even happier that I could put a smile on your face. 🙂

        Sheryl is definitely awesome.
        And you are very welcome on my blog as well. There is a lot to read as well as I have developed a serious addition to blogging this past year! 😉

        Thank you, I am very excited about my book. Never thought I would write something that actually was going to be published. 🙂

        Have a great day!
        Lots of love
        Patty

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  32. Nominated you for The Lighthouse Award
    Check out: http://petitemagique.wordpress.com/2014/02/24/lovely-awards/
    Of course you don’t have to accept an award, just know you’re appreciated!
    Lots of love,
    Patty

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    • This is the most awesomest thing I have read. How do I win?

      Thanks beautiful.
      Alex

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      • Well, you actually already won! 🙂
        It’s called a nomination, but when you make a award post, you automatically deserve the award. Yes, it took me some time to figure that out actually lol…
        It’s kinda weird, but I like weird so I like awards! 🙂
        Just check out my post if you want to see how it’s done. Although I might not be the best example because I make a habit of twisting and bending the rules. 😉
        Lots of love
        Patty

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      • And I am a rolemodel for keeping to the rules? I’d probably nominate myself ten times and you like five times. haha!

        Lots of love – Me

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      • Whahaha! I like that! 🙂
        Rules are meant to be broken sometimes.
        But, gentleman as you are, you should definitely nominate me 10 times and yourself 5 times 😉
        Hugz
        Just Me

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  33. I don’t know where I get off telling a writer he should be more careful with words, but there is a big difference between a psychotic and a psychopath. As far as I know they never exist in the same individual.
    Psychopaths also seem to be immune to depression.

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  34. Hi Alex, I agree with you that “we’re all a little insane”. I’m glad that writing helps you so much. Happy writing and thank you following my blog “A mom’s blog”. All the best, Zainab

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  35. I want to let you know that I really think your blog rocks.
    I’ve nominated it for The Liebster Blog Award.

    You can find out all the details on my blog.
    Go to: http://swimintheadultpool.com/2014/03/21/leapin-liebsters-weve-been-nominated/

    If you don’t do the award thing, that’s okay too.
    Sincerely,
    CeeLee

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  36. Cheers for following my travel and food blog BuildingMyBento, Alex! If you have suggestions for topics, let me know!

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  37. Hi Alex,

    I’m doing a piece of research on blogging & whether it’s devaluing the written word. I was wondering if you’d be interested in doing my survey on it? Many thanks in advance. Here’s the link:

    https://es.surveymonkey.com/s/NLNQGQK

    Happy blogging,

    AC.

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  38. Hi Alex – you wear your craziness like a mantle that you secretly love. As you should. It serves you well. So does the shining sanity that is able to harness it into words. I won’t read much of your writing as I’ve done the darkness route to death (literally), but from the small amount I did read your use of words is brilliant. Like a gleaming knife.
    I’m honoured that you follow our blog. Thank you. I hope that you enjoy the stories of our journey, both inner and outer.
    Cheers, Alison

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  39. Dear Alex,
    I’m so Delighted to have found your blog. I look forward to reading your writings.
    Your New Friend, and Follower,
    Anastasia

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  40. I am totally interested in coming back and checking out some of your stories after reading your “About” section. I wanted to say thank you for following my blog and I am glad you did! I will follow as well and can’t wait to come back and see some of your work.

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  41. Very interesting blog! As an avid reader, I found your posts intriguing.

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  42. Hi, thanks for visiting my blog and the follow. I’ll enjoy exploring yours. I haven’t read any of your stuff yet but it seems like you’re a very open person, and that kind of honesty makes a good writer. It’s something I can struggle with myself, because I’m quite a closed person really, which means I risk sliding into inauthenticity and cliché when I write.

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  43. Eva

    Hi, Alex,
    Many thanks for tagging along the site.
    Eva

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  44. Hi Alex. Thank you liking ‘ Camp Fire!’ The Foureyed Poet.

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