W.J. O'Neil

Biography

I am a father to five and a grandfather to ten so I guess you could say I'm a bit of a family man. I'm happily married to my wife Mary who is also my best friend, my soul-mate, and the co-editor of my "Reeshard and The Great Parish Swamp" series. I try to live a simple quiet life in Statesville, North Carolina and enjoy a bit of writing whenever time permits.
My main interests are writing, computer time, and watching NASCAR Racing or NFL Football. I also enjoy telling stories to the grandkids or just spending some quiet time with my wife.
I'm also the author of the new Read, Recognize, and Remember books, titled "The Adventures of Ernie I Saw." Designed with beginning readers in mind, my read, recognize and remember books help give a child the confidence and ability to read on their own in almost no time at all. I've also written poetic verse and I am now working on a few more with the intent on having a collection published in the near future.

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Books

Reeshard and The Great Parish Swamp / Return To Otrindara
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Price: $0.99 USD. Words: 73,930. Language: English. Published: August 31, 2012. Category: Fiction » Fantasy » Epic
The adventure continues with the ever present wall of fog and Richard in search of his now missing grandparents, In his travels through Otrindara Richard makes new friends in his effort to find them. Discovering new realms and facing new dangers, Richard must overcome it all if there is any hope left in saving his grandparents and the realm of Otrindara.
Reeshard and The Great Parish Swamp / Gramp's Journal
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Price: Free! Words: 94,630. Language: English. Published: August 29, 2012. Category: Fiction » Fantasy » General
A forgotten swamp holds all that once was and all that will ever be. A young boy makes a fantastic journey to a realm still held in secret. Otrindara is filled with everything from legendary creatures to lovable characters, realms of folklore to fantasy, and a continuous paradox of the past, present and future that holds it all in secret.

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