Kevin Donohue


Kevin Donohue is the co-author of THIRD EYE PATCH. Kevin got together with longtime friend and partner in crime and mischief, Mark Lind-Hanson, and they agreed to collaborate on a novel—a novel so vital, so vast, that would stand tall and proud with War and Peace, or the Brothers Karamazov, or—wait, OK, maybe not!
THIRD EYE PATCH is the result of two years of collaboration. Part Thriller, Satire, and Sci-Fi/Cyber Fantasy, the authors hope that adventurous readers will enjoy a page-turning romp through an alternative world that mirrors the headlines and events of the real happening world of—NOW.
Kevin Donohue was born and raised in the San Francisco Bay Area, the setting of THIRD EYE PATCH. Kevin now lives in the Valley of the Elves, otherwise known as Ashland Oregon. Peace.


Pigpen's Black Forest Blues
Price: Free! Words: 20,780. Language: English. Published: January 3, 2022. Categories: Fiction » Adventure » Action
If you're hankering for some fun, music, satire, and international intrigue, take a ride with Cal and Wally, two footloose American college kids following the Grateful Dead around on their historic 1972 European tour, from Stonehenge to the Black Forest.
Waiting For Shiva
Price: Free! Words: 5,300. Language: English. Published: December 2, 2014. Categories: Fiction » Thriller & suspense » Spies & espionage
Follow 23 year-old future Senator Wilbur Prescott, as he takes the dubious honor of being the only man to ride on both bombing missions over Japan in August 1945, resulting in the destruction of Hiroshima and Nagasaki. The reluctant Prescott's mission: to locate, identify, and prevent an enemy agent from sabotaging the bombing raid over Nagasaki
Mongoose Moon
Price: $0.99 USD. Words: 206,400. Language: English. Published: November 24, 2014. Categories: Fiction » Science fiction » Adventure
Twenty year-old Phrogg Bervirt unwillingly finds himself in the spotlight and the cross-hairs of the Illuminati when he receives a package containing mysterious gadgets that will supposedly unlock the age-old long-sought secret to achieving applicable nuclear fission. That is, if he survives!
Third Eye Patch
Price: $1.99 USD. Words: 506,990. Language: English. Published: March 25, 2013. Categories: Fiction » Visionary & metaphysical, Fiction » Adventure » General
The Third Eye Patch is a biomedical device designed to cure addictions naturally. It's worn on the user’s forehead in close proximity to the frontal lobes. ‘3EP’ also unleashes telepathic-like powers, as Patch creator Mike Chen and his friends discover as they flee from snoops and assassins from Big Pharma and the U.S. Government.

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  • Flight of the Oberon on May 14, 2015

    Flight of the Oberon by Mark Lind-Hanson (reviewed by Kevin Donohue) Let's talk about fairies, shall we? You heard me right, FAIRIES. You know, those harmless friendly little pixies like Tinkerbell with her shimmering gossamer wings? Not to mention the Tooth Fairy and Cinderella's Fairy Godmother, who love and serve the Human Race. No, unfortunately the fairies that I am talking about are hardy, greedy, and violent creatures, formidable 'Starsailors' with names like Metaleaf, Silversong, and Picklebelly. They are here on Earth, you know, ever watchful, ever alert, hiding in our backyard hedges and hollow tree stumps, waiting for orders from their Star Commanders and their vengeful King and Queen. These periodic visitors to our planet are ever-plotting mischief, mayhem and total destruction, patiently waiting for the final order to destroy the Human Race for overrunning and defiling the Earth. That is the premise of the new sci-fi fantasy novel by Mark Lind-Hanson, FLIGHT OF THE OBERON. If you like sci-fantasy with a twist and a sense of adventure (not to mention a healthy dose of satire) then Flight of the Oberon is the book for you. Follow Commander Kandleiac, Chief Acquisition Officer Metaleaf, Steward Silversong, and crack Field Agent Picklebelly on their current mission to Earth: To 'harvest' healing plants and herbs (not to mention fine wines and victuals) and transport them back to their hungry capital planet of Lux. You see, the Fairies love our Earth and all of it's bounty—but they despise the pesky, wasteful Human Race, who no longer believe in Fairies in this current Age of Reason and Reductionism. The Imperialist world of Lux is split between two factions: Queen Oberon's War Party, who want to obliterate the humans, and the Pacifists like Metaleaf and Silversong, who perhaps naively want to 'educate and rehabilitate' and set us back on the right path to achieve ecological harmony and a return to our primal state of grace. A compromise is reached between the two factions, although reluctant Metaleaf does not approve of the sinister plan, which is to kidnap a prominent writer's child (Sean Kaatz, son of Finolula Kaatz, popular author of 'Young Adult Fantasy') and transport him to the planet Lux for the purposes of instruction and indoctrination. Sean will then be returned to Earth with a mission: he must warn the Human Race that we must change our wasteful ways or face total destruction from the Starships of Lux. Sean has twenty years to spread the word in this cynical, unbelieving world. Can he save us from extermination and certain extinction? This book can be read by all ages, and I highly recommend it to anybody searching for a fresh new angle on the sci-fi-fantasy beat. --Kevin Donohue is author of DeathCo: Tales from the Patchsphere