has been a reader of Science Fiction and Fantasy since he could read.
Being introduced at a young age to Tolkien's middle earth, E. E. "Doc" Smith's
Lensman series, and Asimov's robots, amongst countless others, gave Sean an active imagination and a yearning for something more.
Now as an adult, he works on internet marketing. Which pays the bills, but
isn't what you can call world changing. The death of his older sister from
cervical cancer a few years ago made him realise that his childhood ambition of
being a writer would slip him by if he did not make serious efforts to
make that dream come true.
It took him just one year to get his first short story published, and like
the world famous grandfather of modern SF, Arthur C. Clarke, his first
published short story was of a teleporter accident. This was sheer
coincidence but one that Sean is very proud of. He now produces short
stories on a regular basis and has a dozen published stories to his
The first full length novel is on its way...