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Sean Flood

Poet and short story writer. Brooklyn-native.  Interests include watching Icelandic movies and losing (I mean winning! duh!) at old video games.
Sean is the author of
A rare blood disorder renders this young Anabaptist the perfect prey for the Hundings: the beautiful, cynical monsters that prey on humans.
Books Sean Recommends
Kzar I: Jupiters is surreal and its world is described intricately. The characters are curious and original, leaving the reader wanting to learn more about the dystopian world in which they move. Look forward to reading more.
With World War III looming, a slave super soldier fights to save his species and his sanity.
"Murder Happens" is written with a hand that handles the page like a canvas. The reader is drawn into the ride and will not want to get off until the last stop.
A territorial psychotherapist must find the murderer hunting his patients before the police pin the crimes on him.
Michael James Welch draws you into the narrative with a vampire who is convincingly human. He's caged, but perhaps he is not what he seems. It is a game of cat and mouse, but who is the cat and who is the mouse? It has the makings of a fantastic read.
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