F. Kenneth Taylor


St. Louis, MO


F. Kenneth Taylor ~ Owner; S.U.M

F. Kenneth Taylor has 3 god-daughters; ages 7, 20, and 24, and has pursued writing since 2001. He has written for 2 online magazines, as well as Yahoo Voices, Hubpages, and Helium.

As a Freelance Writer of 4yrs; he has written 100s of articles on topics ranging from A to Z. He specializes in Press Releases, SEO/Web Content, Biographies, Interviewing, Social Media Networking & Marketing, Resumes, Proofreading/Editing, and so much more.  F. Kenneth Taylor writes in multiple styles and genres to enhance his credibility, worth, and audience.

F. Kenneth Taylor has self-published 4 books. He was invited to Gateway Elem./Middle School (St. Louis, MO) in Feb. 2015 for Black History Month, in which he spoke to a small gathering of students and teachers about the importance of literacy.  He has appeared on KDHX 88.1fm’s Literature for the Halibut in Oct. 2012 and Mar. 2015, and was 1 of only 16 invited authors at the 8th Annual Author Shout Out hosted by St. Louis Public Library in Apr. 2015.  F. Kenneth Taylor also made appearances on Talkin360.com, in 2013 and 2015, hosted by Dallas, TX radio personality, Tony Scott.  In late 2015, F. Kenneth Taylor was nominated for Author of the Year by AVADEWORLD and The St. Louis Star Awards.

F. Kenneth Taylor primarily works behind the scenes at S.U.M attending to business matters and prefers for S.U.M’s experienced and talented staff of writers to take center-stage.

F. Kenneth Taylor just released his new book, Aftermath II: A Mental Galaxy

He continues to focus on building Some’n Unique Magazine, LLC








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