Biografía del autor
Kerry Harmon grew up in the Pacific Northwest in the state of Washington. After graduating from high school he joined the U.S. Army and was on active duty from 1984 to 1991. He served in Germany at the height of the nuclear era during the cold war and fall of the Berlin Wall, as well as the gulf war. From 1993 to 1994, he was a crewmember aboard a National Oceanic Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) scientific research vessel. For three years he traveled from the Arctic to the Antarctic on the Pacific Ocean assisting scientists researching global warming, man's impact on the environment, marine mammals, and other things. While in the military and out at sea, he was inspired by his real-life experiences and began writing to define in words many things that have always been a mystery to man focusing mainly on the power of love. In 1998, after four years residing in the state of Washington, he moved to Alaska to be more in the midst of nature. For 14 years in Alaska he researched and studied much more in depth nature, the power of the mind, emotions, sixth sense, and spirit defining in words the dynamic power of love more clearly. He currently resides in Homer, Alaska, and plans on moving to Hawaii before the end of 2012. There he will work on finalizing his autobiography composed of adventurous, inspiring, empowering, and enlightening short stories and poetry titled, "The Greatest Mystery".