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: Book Review – The Big Smoke by Jason Nahrung
I doesn't seem that long ago that I was reviewing Book 1 of this series, Blood and Dust but it's been two and a half years. Blood and Dust w
Adventures of a Bookonaut: Upcoming Book Release: Day Boy by Trent Jamieson
Trent's new book is out on the 24th of June but its just occurred to me that Booktopia have been running a free postage promo for the last w
Adventures of a Bookonaut: Book Review–The Rest is Weight by Jennifer Mills
The Rest is Weight is a short story collection by award winning, poet and novelist, Jennifer Mills. I first came across Mill's work at a rea
Adventures of a Bookonaut: Book Review – Ross Poldark by Winston Graham
A fan of the currently airing BBC Poldark television series(the second they have made), I picked up a 1968 Fonatana edition of the first nov
Adventures of a Bookonaut: Book Review - Thyla by Kate Gordon
Thyla is Kate Gordon's second novel, but her first in the Paranormal YA genre. Now I know that some readers have just turned away at the men
The Bitterwood Bible and Other Recountings by Angela Slatter
The Bitterwood Bible and Other Recountings by Angela Slatter can be taken as a collection of short stories or as a mosaic novel. I requested
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