Anthony O'Brian

Biography

Anthony O'Brian is a lifelong resident of the Pacific Northwest. He has a beautiful wife, three wonderful children, two dogs, and 2 cats. O'Brian has worked a wide variety of jobs, traveled the continental U.S. extensively, and been involved in several professional and non-professional capacities through the years, as a teacher, principal, P.E. instructor, bus driver, public speaker, editor, truck driver, machinist, and mechanic; currently a business owner and President of a non-profit corporation. He enjoys writing and has plans for several books to be published soon. Anthony and his family are traveling the United States again working for their non-profit corporation.

Smashwords Interview

Where can I find an preview excerpt of your new book?
The book is titled "The Elevator". It is near completion, already breaking the 50,000 word barrier. Excerpts can be found, as well as updates, on my blog: www.anthonyobrian.wordpress.com You will also find some tales of our travels there. Please leave a comment and follow us! Thank you!
Where was that picture taken that is on your profile?
That is a picture of a summer sunset out of my backdoor! We see these stunning type of sunsets all year round! Beautiful!
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Books

The Elevator
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Price: $1.99 USD. Words: 82,560. Language: English. Published: July 19, 2014. Category: Fiction » Thriller & suspense » Action & suspense
Just when you thought you were safe! A beautiful August day in New York City turns into a struggle for survival as technology threatens to turn its security measures into a weapon from which their is no escape. Jacqueline Defray learns the hard truth that life is never completely safe, while Timothy Gillette and Mark Fetterman fight to unravel a mystery man's appearance.
The Two Schillings
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Price: $2.99 USD. Words: 183,680. Language: English. Published: October 15, 2013. Category: Fiction » Romance » Historical
The 100 Years War has torn both England & France. King Henry IV is on the throne newly taken and his son Harry of Monmouth, soon to be Henry the V is up to his legendary deeds. This epic centers around a stalwart young man, Adrian, trained in the art of war, but not in the art of love. Honor is paramount and heartbreak is imminent. His first love, Victoria Marie becomes his study in both.
The Last Nazi
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Price: Free! Words: 9,230. Language: English. Published: September 2, 2013. Category: Fiction » Thriller & suspense » General
(5.00 from 4 reviews)
The Last Nazi is found in the American Midwest after 50 years! Born of German immigrants he takes on the bitterness of his family from the defeat in WWI; sympathizing with Hitler, he wields vengeance on an unsuspecting merchant of a local community. Yet, the ghosts of the past haunt him. His greatest fear of being found becomes a reality and his only salvation in the end, but it is too late.

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Smashwords book reviews by Anthony O'Brian

  • The Tyranny of Political Correctness on Nov. 17, 2013

    If you care about the present condittion and future direction of this nation, you owe it to yourself and your children to read this book. A very clear, concise, and direct address to the problems with the Political Correct Movement. The subject is covered well without going of track or becoming political in anyway. Not a biased presentation - only THE FACTS! Excellent read! I read it in two easy sittings. It is not stale and boring, but is interesting and demands your attention. Highly Recommend! NOTE: I have no association with the author WHATSOEVER...don't even know who the man is...this is a unbiased review.
  • The New Adventures of Jim Anthony, Super-Detective on Nov. 20, 2013

    Excellent Story!! I am a reader of mystery, having read every Sherlock Holmes story and many, many others. This is not Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, but it is VERY GOOD! The tongue in cheek reverences to characters of bygone detective works and radio productions was not lost on me, nor unappreciated. Great job Josh! Very good writing and I enjoyed his style, punchy, but not like a cheap imitation of Philip Marlowe like so many others write. Looking forward to your next book.
  • Vietnam: Reflections of an Interrogator on Dec. 01, 2013

    This is a good read. Very organized writing process, and well written. I have read many books on the Vietnam War and I still found this informative, interesting, and engaging. There were several new things I learned/read for the first time. Don't expect a shootem up. This is a short narrative, but worth your time. The author's opinion on the war, its execution (or lack thereof), politics, cause, and ultimate outcome is very balanced, sensible, and I deem, in my humble opinion accurate. The only thing I personally wished I could have read is a little more behind the science of interrogation and the process. For this I would give it a 4 1/2 stars.
  • Mogadishu Diaries Bloodlines 1992-1993 on Dec. 07, 2013

    Good book! Last 75% was GREAT! Very interesting. Makes me want more. I very much appreciate the enlightenment on some issues of Somalian politics and thought process. Highly recommended!
  • My Story - God Wouldn't Give Up On Me on Feb. 15, 2014

    This man's story is not only personally inspiring, but is an eye-opener that maybe everyone in the "professional" world doesn't have it as "altogether" as it may appears. It is insight into our need as a society for universal compassion. Touching, inspiring, and interesting. Recommended read!
  • Spud on June 18, 2014

    Way to go C.T. Raye! Touching stories about a boy and his best friend, a dog named Spud? It brought back a lot of memories of my boyhood and going gopher hunting with Colly, our adopted tramp. I found myself laughing (you will too) and held in a sorrowful suspense at times. Highly recommend you read download this book today!