My Fiction

You can read some of my short fiction for free:

A story about loss, immigration, and children titled Hold On is available here.
Combining black humor and creeping insanity, my short story How to Fix a Broken World is available here.

My short story Get the Greek: A Chrismukkah Tale has been released as a Kindle Single on Amazon.

My publisher wanted to title this "When Judah Met Santa" (though in her Boston accent it came out like "When Juder Met Santer"), but I nixed it because this isn't a love story. It's a short, comic tale about Hanukkah, Christmas, and the lengths one historical figure might go to end the commercialization of the holiday season.


In December of 2010, my book The Ultimate Guide to Surviving a Zombie Apocalypse was published by Paladin Press.  The title says it all: it's a guide to surviving a Zombie Apocalypse.  I wrote it under the pen name F. Kim O'Neill.

Heavily illustrated and full of basic information about survival, combat shooting, blade fighting, foraging, and similar subjects, it's a fun read.  Scott Kenemore, author of Zombie, Ohio and Zombie, Illinois called it "One of the most capable and engaging how-to zombie survival books I’ve encountered.  It is a comprehensive, 'brass tacks' overview of the skills necessary to survive a zombie outbreak and make short work of the undead."

If you can only get your hands on one book designed to help you survive when cannibalistic undead rise up to destroy civilization and eat the living, this is the tome for you.


The Blessed Man and the Witch is the first book in my Armageddon series.  It is currently available only on Amazon, and only as an e-book.

It's a supernatural thriller about a Biblical apocalypse, with some horror and fantasy elements.  It covers themes of angelic visitation, demonic possession, psychic phenomena, western occultism, and the slow dissolution of American society.

It's approximately 140,000 words.


The Nephilim and the False Prophet is the second book in my Armageddon series, also available only on Amazon as an e-book. 

It continues the story of the Earth's last days, when Hell's plans come to fruition and the heroes fight desperately against not only infernal forces, but others who have their own plans for humanity. 

It's approximately 100,000 words.


Dreadedin Chronicles: The Nameless City is a novella aimed at a Young Adult (YA) audience, written in cooperation with the Dunedin Public Library.  The story takes place in and around the city of Dunedin (pronounced "dun-EE-din"), Florida.  Most of the novel's supporting characters are based on local teen volunteers.  

It's available only on Amazon as an e-book, and is about 17,000 words.  A limited edition print run will be available for borrowing from the Dunedin Public Library in November 2014.


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