Shea Oliver

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Journeys to other dimensions of science fiction, fantasy, horror, and mind-bending tales.

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Shea's Latest Blog Posts

One of My Short Stories to be Published in an Anthology
Literally Literary, a publication on, notified me that one of my short stories will be included in an upcoming anthology.
Hiking to Pear Lake For My 50th Birthday
Rather than gifts, my sons now give me the perfect present each year by spending my birthday with me hiking. That gift of time is far more valuable than any physical items they could buy for me.
Interview with B for Bookworm
Els Ebraert from B for Bookreview asked some excellent questions including "Say someone asks if they can use your name in a book. Would you rather be the 'good one' or the 'bad one'?" Here's a little background on why I answered the way that I did.
The Betrayal of Ka’s First Book Trailer
Check out my very first book trailer for my novel, The Betrayal of Ka! I had a blast building this is Adobe Premiere Pro CC.
Author Update Ep.007
Big announcement! The rough draft of book two of The Transprophetics series is done! Plus I share my first book trailer video for The Betrayal of Ka
Shea Reads: With Me Forever
With Me Forever is one of my oldest son's favorite short stories of mine. It's about a man who is accused in the disappearance of his lover, and the story of what happens when she returns.
Author Interview with Life Between the Bookends
Believe it or not, I'd never directly answer the question, Where did you get the idea for The Betrayal of Ka? Check out my interview to see how I answered!
Author Update Ep.006
In this week's episode, I talk a little bit about my recent interview with The Magic of Wor(l)ds and my desire to chat with Charles Dickens about writing and the business of writing.
Shea Reads: The Voice on the Beach
Imagine taking a walk late in the evening and hearing the voice of your dead best friend calling you from the beach. Would you not run to the water's edge?
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