You can follow him on Twitter as @seandblogonaut.
His Ditmar award nominated Speculative Fiction Review/ commentary blog can be found at Adventures of a Bookonaut.
His audio interviews with Australian and International Speculative Fiction authors can be found at Galactic Chat and The Adventures of a Bookonaut Podcast.
When not doing any of the above he works as a librarian or a teacher depending on the whim of the South Australian Government
Adventures of a Bookonaut: eBook Review – War Stories by Jaym Gates &...
There's comfort for me, as a reader, in Military science fiction. A result perhaps of early encounters with Star Wars (with its military ele
Adventures of a Bookonaut: eBook Review – Cranky Ladies of History
I was a backer of the Pozible project that made this book a reality. Now whether that predisposes me to like Cranky Ladies of History, I'm n
Adventures of a Bookonaut: Galactic Chat 62 – Dr Lisa Hannett
In this weeks chat, our last for the year, Sean talks with Dr Lisa Hannett about her upcoming mosaic novel, her recent release through Twelf
Adventures of a Bookonaut: Book Review – The Canary Press - The Genre Is...
Long time readers of the blog may remember that I gave The Canary Press “a bit of stick” for the way they went about announcing they were go
Adventures of a Bookonaut: Galactic Chat 61 with Kameron Hurley
So yes, a definite slow down in posting in December, what with reading for Aurealis and intermittent internet issues caused by goodness know
Adventures of a Bookonaut: eBook Review – Forgotten War by Henry Reynolds
I read Anzac's Long Shadow earlier in the year and found it to be a critical and refreshing look at aspects of Australia's military history
Adventures of a Bookonaut: Book Review – Mitosis by Brandon Sanderson
Sub-headed as a novella on my copy, Mitosis, stretches the definition of the term. This beautifully produced hardback contains the title sto
Adventures of a Bookonaut: eBook Review – Picnic, Lightning by Billy Col...
Collins was U.S. Poet Laureate from 2001-2003, and still is one of America's most loved and successful contemporary poets both in monetary a
Adventures of a Bookonaut: Galactic Chat 58 - Ken Liu
You can download here or stream above. In this week's episode David interviews Hugo and Nebula Award winning author Ken Liu. They talk about
Adventures of a Bookonaut: Galactic Chat 57 – Karen Miller
You can stream from the above player but it's a long interview. You can download from the Podbean site instead here (right click and save as
Adventures of a Bookonaut: eBook Review – Kaleidoscope by Alisa Krasnost...
I can't remember at which point I forgot that this collection was diverse YA and just plain enjoyed the read. I'd backed this particular pro
Adventures of a Bookonaut: Published - a Haiku in A Hundred Gourds
Well September has come around far too quickly but it has brought with it the small joy of publication. My Haiku “Morning Chill” features in
Adventures of a Bookonaut: Book Review – On a moon spiced night by Jude ...
In a short space of time I have come to really enjoy Jude Aquilina's work. On a moon spiced night, released in 2004 by Wakefield Press, is h
Adventures of a Bookonaut: Book Review - The Falcon Throne by Karen Miller
What I really enjoy in a good book is total immersion; the kind that makes you forget your concerns, that actually leaves you feeling relaxe
Adventures of a Bookonaut: eBook Review – The Godless by Ben Peek
It's a big step moving from writing condensed, powerful and original short fiction to a multiple book, epic fantasy. As different as say run