My name is Stacey O’Neale. You can find the full list of my books on my Amazon Author Page. If you’d like updates on my new releases, please click the follow button on the Amazon page.

My career in publishing started as a blogger-turned-publicist for two successful small publishers. I write young adult fantasy and adult science fiction romance. My books always include swoon-worthy heroes, snarky heroines, and lots of kissing.

In addition to this blog, you can find me on Twitter @StaceyONeale, Facebook, Instagram, Pinterest, Tumblr, and Goodreads.

In addition to my writing, I like lots of other stuff:

  • Comic Books and Graphic Novels
  • Mythology
  • Steampunk Jewelry
  • Kindle (I’m a book hoarder)
  • Vampire and Zombie TV shows
  • Stretchy Leggings
  • My friends (they’re crazy)
  • My family (they’re really crazy)


  1. Good morning Stacey! I borrowed the bio you have on here for my post on The Eclectic Artist Cave so I can get the post finished. If you have something else, let me know. huge hugs and I can’t wait to have you on my show on Saturday.

  2. Nice to meet you! loved your article about Alex Pettyfer not deserving the role.

  3. Hi, I am brand new to the writing world and, much to my surprise, landed a contract with Penguin Berkley Publishing in New York to publish my book this coming December. While trying to find ways to help publicize my book I found your blog. I’ve never read a blog before, and I thought it very interesting. My book is an epic western: “The Black Hills” by Rod Thompson, to identify it due to two other books of the same name currently on the market.
    How do I find blogger that deals in westerns? Why do you blog? I don’t understand. Thank you. Rod Thompson

    1. That would be a question best answered by your publisher. With Penguin, I’m sure you’ll have a publicist who can direct you toward your genre market.

  4. Hi, I’m just trying to be sure I finish the requirement for the Gregg Olsen signed book giveaway. The first part shows completed, but it never directed me anywhere to post my response to why I wanted it. Confused me 🙂 So I’ll do that here, I suppose.

    I’ve been true crime and non-fiction for over 35 years, and I’m totally addicted. When I lived in Florida I found 2 local cases I was going to write about, but they were never solved, thus making them not great choices for a book. No trial to follow, etc. although they started out very intriguing.

    I was promised a signed First Edition a couple of years ago, by another well known true crime writer. He was putting out the word that if people across the country wanted to be his helpers, he’d reward them for delivering book flats for his new book, with a signed pre-release copy in return. Only a select group were chosen of course, and I managed to be one, with my huge love of the genre.

    Despite being disabled by pain, and not exactly rolling in extra $ for gas, I got the job done. Let him know it was accomplished, yet got stiffed on the book. All I got was a lame excuse. You can imagine my disappointment!! After months of excitement, waiting for the flats, then delivering them to a bookstore in Atlanta.

    So this would be a great way of making up for that 🙂

    Keep up the great work! Hope this didn’t go too far astray from where it was supposed to be.

  5. P.S. My comment should have read that i’ve been a true crime reader for over 35 years 🙂 Left out the word “reader”.

Leave a Reply