Carolyn O’Neal

Carolyn O'Neal

Carolyn O’Neal

Carolyn O’Neal is an environmentalist and dystopian eco-fiction writer. Her young adult novel KINGSLEY, the first in a trilogy, was published in 2015. KINGSLEY is available on Amazon, Audible, and iTunes. Her short story Silent Grace won second place in 2013 The Hook short story contest, judged by John Grisham.

She volunteers with the Chesapeake Bay Foundation and the Virginia Oyster Shell Recycling Program.

Carolyn has presented at the 2013 and 2015 Virginia Festival of the Book and at the Virginia Writers Club 2015 Writers Symposium.

She invites you to visit her website, AuthorCarolynONeal.com, and to follow her on Facebook.

 

A novel by Carolyn O'Neal

A novel by Carolyn O’Neal

What readers say about KINGSLEY:

I have never read a story like this one… It’s thought-provoking, shocking and very timely.

It includes just enough science to make the story believable and just enough what-if fantasy to keep me guessing. The huge plot twist in the middle of the book… was a stunner.

In Kingsley Carolyn O’Neal succeeds in writing an entertaining, creative, thought provoking novel which may just help save the world… well at least give each reader a look into what could be in store if we don’t each do our part for our planet and our environment… I highly recommend this book!

 What a riveting read!

The action-packed storyline will keep you on the edge of your seat!

A fantastic read! Nothing quite like it out there.

It was a great reminder that the way we live and the things we do every day can have a major impact on the environment… Definitely recommend this book!    

 

 

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