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Simon Okill
I live with my wife, Shirlee Anne in a pretty coastal town in South Wales, UK. After retiring from work, I discovered new skills as a writer to help with my depression. My writing became more serious as certain A-list actors expressed interest in my scripts and my debut novel Nobody Loves a... show more

I live with my wife, Shirlee Anne in a pretty coastal town in South Wales, UK. After retiring from work, I discovered new skills as a writer to help with my depression. My writing became more serious as certain A-list actors expressed interest in my scripts and my debut novel Nobody Loves a Bigfoot Like a Bigfoot Babe was accepted by Christopher Matthews Publishing.My new Teen Superhero Series has opened with:Phantom Bigfoot Strikes AgainTo be followed by:Phantom Bigfoot & The Vampires From VenusPhantom Bigfoot & The Haunted House Luna Sanguis/Luna Aeturnus are now available on Kindle following the tumultuous life of a female amnesiac vampire treated in an asylum in France 1925.SSteppenwolf is a supernatural retelling of WWII involving the Occult Warfare department run by Himmler. Scripts: 'Flip Side' is one of my most exciting screenplays to date with its unusual slant on a supernatural gangster story that encompasses music and dynamic dance sequences to portray the action. The script has been optioned by Tasha Bertram of Brodie Films and Stuart St Paul has come on board to direct and co produce this fascinating piece of work. 'Nightmare Circus' is a supernatural revenge mystery script set in the Australian outback. 'Dark House' another of my screenplays set in Massachusetts, US, where a lonely female artist must overcome her agoraphobia to escape from three kidnappers holed up in a haunted house. 'Circus of Blood' is a horror script set in Rome AD79.'Hunter's Moon' is a contemporary supernatural western script set on Bodmin Moor, Cornwall.The Last Warlord is set during WWII and tells of Major Stewart of MI6 who must find the Nazi's secret Atlantis base in Antarctica or the entire world will be doomed. Currently in the hands of a major Hollywood producer.For more info check out my Goodreads profile - http://goodreads.com/tassyoneill
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kathrynshell5
kathrynshell5 rated it 3 years ago
I can always count on Simon Okill to come up with a great entertaining story. He is one of my husband's favorite authors.Bianca Penhale is a fascinating character who is intent on keeping her secret hidden from the villagers in Cornwall. But she hasn't counted on her needs and the powers of Maldini ...
sarahmallery3
sarahmallery3 rated it 3 years ago
In his new book, “Murder Most Deadly,” Simon Okill really stirs the caldron, proving that psychotic writers, murder, ghosts, and greed can actually make you laugh. Yet Casper the Friendly Ghost this book most certainly is not! It starts out with Bianca, a rich, psychotic writer enjoying her entitlem...
jonnybell123
jonnybell123 rated it 3 years ago
Definitely a book worth reading.I personally do not read these type of books. I personally prefer nonfiction, but this book was recommended by a friend and I decided to expand my horizon. To meet the book felt like it was inside of a movie. The author does a great job describing the scenes and makin...
christophffischer
christophffischer rated it 3 years ago
"Murder Most Deadly" by Simon Okill is a fun-filled horror story that will have you in stitches. Just like the publicity for this story promises, there is a distinct hint of Hammer Horror in this, although better plotting and characters that are a little more evolved than Hammer occasionally deliver...
The Fevered Imagination of Danielle DeVor
Simon Okill has a...what do I want to call it? A way with words doesn't quite cover it. More like the ability to give us a splash of life not often seen. And, his Murder Most Deadly is no exception. Full of technicolor images filled with gore, violence and comedy, this book is a must read for fans...
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