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J.E. Seanachaí

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Upon the discovery of a manual typewriter at the age of seven, J.E. Seanachaí began writing and never stopped. Now, decades later, Seanachaí's first novel, Dead Bird in the Weeds, is one of Sunflower Footsteps' launch titles. The author's own Irish heritage and avid interest in history, folklore, and nature have lent to this novel that explores not only rebellion but also betrayal, courage, and self-worth.

The author's latest books include: Haunted Voices from My Past: True Narratives of an Ohio Family, a collection of true family stories delving into the supernatural and macabre, and Nonessential: The Expansion Paradox, a chilling work of science fiction that negates the past and challenges the future.

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YES, I know I've been uncharacteristically quiet these past few months. I assure you, though, it's been with good reason . . .

I've been writing like mad!

(Big surprise, I know!)

So, now that I have that cleared up, I'd like to announce the publication of my third book, Nonessential: The Expansion Paradox. Yes, you heard me right! My thought-provoking sci-fi is now available to Read more of this blog post »
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I Saw You (Literature & Fiction)
1 chapters   —   updated Sep 11, 2010 09:16PM
Description: I’m such a fool. I thought I was over you.
Ruby June (Literature & Fiction)
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Description: The town was infested with dirty motels and the sky was littered with red signs.
March Madness (Literature & Fiction)
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Description: You may call the work fiction, but for some of us, it's real.
The Moon Does Not Rise Tonight (Literature & Fiction)
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Description: What do you get when you cross the moon with a train?
Snowflakes on the Pond (Literature & Fiction)
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Description: Not all snowflakes are made of ice crystals.
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I was driving through the old part of town when I was caught by the light next to the apartments where we used to live. Mom was shielding her eyes from the afternoon sun and I was fiddling with the rearview mirror to check on— My hand sl..." Read more of this chapter »
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