About Daniel Kenitz

Daniel Kenitz is a freelance writer and the author of the forthcoming thriller The Perfect Home, expected from Scribner in January 2025. He has also published several short stories, including the Pushcart Prize-nominated A Hand to the Plow (2022, Red Rock Review), Tickleneck (2022, Spotlong Review), The Cycle (2021, Evening Street Review), Seen (2020, Every Day Fiction), The Parent License (2020, The Virginia Normal), and Sunset 9037 (2013, Strangelet Magazine). His freelance work has appeared in blogs like Skillshare (Here’s Exactly How to Start a Story), Atlassian (Empathy is the Antidote: Conflict resolution at work), and Big Cartel (Don’t Be Like da Vinci: The Pitfalls of Losing Your Focus). To the Wall Street Journal, he is an expert on apostrophes.

Literary Agent:
Ronald Gerber, Lowenstein Associates

Film/Television Rights for “The Perfect Home”:
Debbie Deuble Hill


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Flip on basic-cable TV and you’ll find Dawn and Wyatt Decker. Their lives unfold on the small screen, showcasing an idyllic marriage on their hit home-renovation show, “The Perfect Home.”

But beneath their curated image lies a chilling secret…