Novels by Vincent H. O'Neil

Mystery, Horror, and Science Fiction

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Hearing the Music: How composing a song and composing a story can be almost the exact same thing

February 25, 2011

Tags: composition, composer, theater, director, playwright, music, climax, murder, mystery


In my latest novel Death Troupe, the playís gruff director Jerome Barron gives some advice to his playwright, main character Jack Glynn:


ďDo me a favor, Jack. Get yourself a nice set of headphones and listen to a few classical tunes. Pick something that really hits you, that gets your blood going or (more…)

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Military Science Fiction
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Death Troupe Mysteries
Frank Cole Mystery

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