About K.M. Breakey

I was born in Toronto & educated at Simon Fraser University in Vancouver. I received a degree in Mathematics & Computing Science in 1992, and commenced a 25-year career in Information Technology. In 2016, I turned full attention to writing with the success of Johnny and Jamaal. I see fiction as a tool to disseminate truth and expose lies – so important in a world of media distortion and eroding free speech.

My latest, Fearless Men, But Few, looks at modern-day Ireland, where a people and a way of life are rapidly being displaced. The country’s desperate to catch up with progressive Utopias like Sweden and the UK – and sadly, with only a few million Gaels on the island, they’ll get there no time.

Some say it’s already too late to save Éire. Ah now, what if men like Pearse and Collins said that a century ago? In this fictional tale, Eamon Clarke and a spirited band of patriots pull out all stops to fight the strange new madness. The Irish are a feisty lot – just ask the Brits – and if ya dare wake ’em up, you’ll have a fight on your hands, so you will. But Eamon has no idea what he’s up against. In this David-and-Goliath tale, the stakes are extreme, and the enemy is vast and powerful and ruthless.

My 4th novel, Never, Never and Never Again, tackles South Africa’s complicated history, from Apartheid, through Transformation, and into the chaos currently laying waste to this once-prosperous nation. Johnny and Jamaal explores racial dysfunction in America, from perspectives you won’t hear in mainstream media.

I’ve caught the writing bug, and am currently dreaming up scenarios for my 7th novel. Any ideas? Feel free to share.

When not writing, I enjoy hockey, tennis, skiing, and occasionally, political debate 😊.