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Thursday, 30 April 2015

Thursday, 23 April 2015

A little story for St George's Day

A little story for St George's Day (previously published by 81Words.net)

THE PRICE OF COURAGE:

George stood over the slain dragon, his banner fluttering in the breeze. The beast at his feet motionless.
“Oi!”
George turned to see where the angry voice had come from. “Yes? “
 “Did you kill that dragon? “
 “Yes, I did. “ George winked.
“Got a permit?” asked the man, who was a park ranger.
“Beg pardon? “
 “Do you have a permit to kill dragons out of season? “
 “Er, no. “
Sighing, the man got his fine book out.

(c) 2014 Sean Kavanagh

Sunday, 19 April 2015

An Interview with the Author (not a Vampire)

Hi.

I was lucky enough to get asked to at interview for Sean Smith on his blog about my new collection of short stories and other things - you can read it here - and many thanks again to Sean for asking.

http://seansblognow.blogspot.co.uk/2015/04/an-interview-with-author-sean-kavanagh.html?m=1



Thursday, 16 April 2015

Nation Flash Fiction Flood Day - 17th April 2015

Hello

Pleased to say my short story - 'Our Better Angels ' - has been picked to  appear on the FlashFloodJournal blog as part of National Flash Fiction Flood at  approx  9pm (UK) Friday 17th April  : http://flashfloodjournal.blogspot.co.uk/


Monday, 13 April 2015

REVIEWS for "THEY CAME FOR OUR EYES"

Hello

Thought I'd share some of the reviews of they my sci-fi and horror collection "They Came For Our Eyes". 

from Goodreads:

"Excellent as always by Sean Kavanagh. A darker twist than his previous two collections, but retaining the same short, sharp clarity of prose I've come to expect from his writings"

"Another wonderful collection of short stories from Sean Kavanagh. Each story has an underlying theme of something being taken from us. Sometimes the result is terrifying - sometimes it is beneficial".

from Amazon:


"I'll keep my review short like the stories themselves. If you like quirky, dark, unusual stories with a twist much in the spirit of The Twilight Zone television series then you won't be disappointed with this book. Perfect little reads for the commute home."

"A great assortment of stories, thought provoking and entertaining. If you enjoy Philip K Dick I would definitely recommend"

You can buy the collection here on Kindle  (or loan it via Kindle Unlimited):

UK: http://www.amazon.co.uk/They-Came-Eyes-Sean-Kavanagh-ebook/dp/B00U05K4SI/ref=asap_bc?ie=UTF8

USA: http://www.amazon.com/They-Came-Eyes-Sean-Kavanagh-ebook/dp/B00U05K4SI/ref=asap_bc?ie=UTF8




 

Monday, 6 April 2015

The Last Anthology?

Hello

Thanks to all those who bought my first three sci fi and horror anthologies on Kindle.  After a bit of thinking, I've decided I'm going to change the way I publish my short stories in future.  Kindle is a great platform for longer forms, but isn't really the place for short fiction.  So, in future I plan to publish my short fiction in different ways.  I've already sold several stories this year to online fiction magazines like 'Mad Scientists Journal', and I think this is probably the best way to get as many readers as possible looking at my stories (which is all any writer really wants). 

So watch this space, and I'll update where my latest stories can be found.

(I may at some point collect up the stories I have sold once the rights revert back to me and do larger anthology on Kindle - but that is probably a while off).

cheers
SK