Unrelated: A Selection of Short Stories

A selection of five unrelated short stories. In Unrelated, read about a stranded soul in Expanse, while a busy Gargoyle who tells what he sees over time. Meeting Pope Gregory, a fictional Pontiff. A Rusty Chain brings memories for one man. And Top Floor is anything but! Read each one and discover your favorite. Read again and discover something new. More

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Words: 2,810
Language: English
ISBN: 9781476043821
About Brick ONeil

Brick ONeil grew up in America’s heartland, the midwestern United States, receiving a Bachelors of Arts in Religious Studies then moving to the southern United States for his Masters in Human Resources, living in both Oklahoma and Texas for some time before settling in the Pacific Northwestern coast in the Emerald City, Seattle.

He has been writing professionally for over ten years and before that was a Vocational Rehabilitation Counselor in the private workers’ compensation field, still holding his Certified Rehabilitation Counselor certification. He began writing articles and working on projects for clients while writing his first novel, Aside of Murder under his writing business, Lione Services.

Now he has seven books under his belt in four genres, fiction-mystery, fiction-short story, non fiction-cookbooks and non fiction-biography. He has his mystery series, The Rose Petal Wine Murder Mysteries with two books published now out of the seven; the cookbook series, “Simple, Healthy, Fresh”, with books one and two out now, more could be coming; two books of short stories, Unrelated: A selection of short stories and Triad: Fates, Furies and Graces finally,his short biography, Silver Linings on Dark Clouds (My Life with Alport’s Syndrome) is out as well.

Find him online:
http://brickoneil.com (pages for each book)
http://linkedin.com/in/brickoneil
https://www.facebook.com/brickoneil

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