About

A full length photograph of Dr. Jimmie Aaron Kepler in jeans and a vest with collarless shirt. His brown hair is mid back length. Taken in November 2023.

Jimmie Aaron Kepler

Meet Jimmie Aaron Kepler, a seasoned wordsmith whose talent spans the realms of nonfiction, novels, poetry, and short stories. Born in vibrant San Antonio, Texas, Jimmie’s journey is an intricate tapestry woven with the threads of a nomadic military childhood. His formative years unfolded across eight schools in six states, forging a resilient spirit that propelled him to a Bachelor of Arts in History, complemented by minors in English and Military Science. This intellectual foundation laid the groundwork for subsequent academic achievements—a Master’s in Religious Education, a Master of Arts, and a Doctorate in Education.

Professional Odyssey

Jimmie’s professional odyssey encompasses diverse roles—an infantry and ordnance officer in the US Army, a religious educator, a Christian school principal, a corporate trainer, and an IT software application engineer. These varied chapters infuse his writing with a unique tapestry of experiences, offering readers a nuanced perspective. Living in North Texas as a widower, Jimmie draws inspiration from life’s intricate mosaic.

Writing at Seventy

Earning accolades and awards, Jimmie showcases his talent in a dozen magazines and twelve books. Explore the literary landscape of Jimmie Aaron Kepler, an award writer with a rich background and a distinctive voice. He’s proof it’s never too late to chase and achieve your writing dreams.

 

11 thoughts on “About

  1. Thanks for your information about how to change the default font in Scrivener! This has been annoying me for the last four years that I’ve used the program (which I love.)

  2. Jimmie, thanks for the comment on my BRMCWC post. It would be great to connect with you further. Brad Bloom, Publisher, Faith & Fitness Magazine

  3. Hi Jimmie,
    Did not know you had become a writer! I enjoyed the piece about Buna’s “Poka-dot House”. When traveling through the town, I would always look for that house! Hope you and your family are well.
    Sally Robinson Montague

  4. Thank you Jim for subscribing to my blog. I have signed up to ‘follow’ yours. Let us encourage each other in our passion for writing and poetry. All good wishes, Eric

  5. Amidst the awesome literary pieces on your blog, I find this one the most inspiring. It somehow gives me hope that although I’m not a polymath, I too can be successful at writing like you are! Thanks..

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