It's official. Here is today's announcement from Harper Collins about the upcoming release of my military science fiction novel GLORY MAIN (written under the name Henry V. O'Neil) which will be available in ebook and paperback starting July 29th. The sequel will be released in November or December.
"The first of Harper Voyager's digital-first Read More
Four strangers on a barren planet. No water, food, or weapons. Just plenty of enemies.
I'm very pleased to announce that Harper Voyager has picked up my science fiction novel Glory Main and the next two novels in the Sim war series. All three novels will be released in ebook and paperback, beginning in the summer of 2014.
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By Stacey Longo Harris, proprietor of Books 'n Boos bookstore in Colchester, Connecticut
Interlands by Vincent O’Neil (2013, Vincent O’Neil) is the perfect example of why self-publishing can be a good thing. The novel is well structured, reads at the perfect pace, and is hard to put down. There is no reason why Read More
Harlequin just released my theater-themed murder mystery DEATH TROUPE in paperback, and they did a fantastic job. They already published paperback versions of all four of the Frank Cole mysteries, and I've loved the cover art they've developed for every one of them, but they outdid themselves with DEATH TROUPE.
I recently released a novel entitled GLORY MAIN: A Story of the Sim War, which is the first in a new military science fiction series written under the name Henry V. O'Neil. It's available in ebook or paperback from Amazon, but here's an excellent review from a Desmond Hassing. I'm thrilled to be compared Read More
Here’s a question for you: When are undercover cops most at risk? Some people think it’s when they’re all alone with a gang of criminals, completely cut off from backup—but that’s wrong. That’s the meat-and-potatoes of undercover, and most of the Read More
The Midwest Book Review’s excellent review of DEATH TROUPE:
It's quite annoying when fiction becomes reality. More so when your fiction is murder. "Death Troupe" follows the theatre group known as the Jerome Barron players who have earned the nickname Death Troupe, surrounding their practice of doing murder mystery plays. But when their Read More