On a Writing Kick


Since I’ve been on a writing kick this summer and into fall, having written Never Trust The Moon and Under The Woodlands, in addition to reformatting and publishing the Introduction to Simple Healthy Fresh with Bonus How to Cook Simple Healthy Fresh, I’ve been tackling the long awaited third novel in the Rose Petal Wine Murder Mysteries novel.

So, I may not be posting anything over on the website’s blog for some time nor keeping up on any of the social media sites, not that I kept busy on them anyway. After I publish this 3rd novel, I may make the first one free as many authors have done with their series. My novels are quick, easy and, I like to think, fun little noir mysteries at or around 50,000 words (the official minimum word count for a Novel).  I can get them out in about three to four weeks from start to ebook cover finish. My goal is to get the last one done by next April, with five left in the series, one per month.

The first novel in the series, Aside of Murder, took two years to complete at 84,000 words and another seven to publish. It was my first ‘baby’ in writing books, starting in 2001 after my kidney transplant. The second one, The Bamboo Killer, took a year to write, at 50,000 and published soon after.  These next books in the series will be quicker, I hope.

So, enjoy my free ebooks (see Free Shorts in the menu) and other works until this next novel is out.


By Brick ONeil

Author, Researcher, Writer: . Called 'a prolific writer' since 2001, work includes Blogging, Copywriting, Spreadsheets, Research, Proposals, Articles in the fields of real estate, dating, health, fitness, disease, disability, technology and food.

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