Born the son of a fire chief, Sean naturally developed a love of playing with fire. His family and friends quickly found other outlets for his destructive creativity. Writing is his latest endeavor.
Always a fan of the macabre, mythical, and magical, Sean found a love of urban fantasy and horror. After writing several novels in this genre, he found, fell in love with, and immersed himself in steampunk. He has always wanted to rewrite history and steampunk gave him that opportunity.
Sean currently lives in Florida as a fiber-optic engineer as well as an author. He was blessed with the two most amazing children he could ever hope for, has met the absolute love of his life, who coincidentally is his partner in everything. His hobbies include grand designs on world domination as well as a starring role in his own television s
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The Ghost of Christmas Last
By Sean Hayden
Published: December 13, 2012 by
Throughout history, men who do not keep the spirit of Christmas within their heart were often visited by the three ghosts of Christmas. These visitations taught the importance of giving to the selfish and greedy.
Those were the men worth saving.
Those who were not were only visited by one spirit and it wasn't for educational purposes...
My Soul to Keep (Rise of the Fallen)
By Sean Hayden
Published: November 3, 2012 by
It was only a wish
Connor Sullivan was painfully average. The very highlight of his existence was going to school, doing homework, and playing video games. He thought nothing
would ever change that. Unfortunately, homework usually screws everything up.
A cut, some blood, and a hastily scrawled promise to sell his soul for his fondest wish...and all hell breaks loose. Literally.
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Smashwords book reviews by Sean Hayden
- Sweet Light
on June 14, 2011
Okay, I'll admit, I'm not a fan of romance books (waits for cries of outrage to die down)
I will tell you this, I'm a super huge fan of Jen Wylie's. It's why I picked up Sweet Light against every fiber of my body saying, "Don't read a romance novel! You'll be one of THOSE people."
I'm glad I didn't listen. The aspects of romance in the novel actually complemented the story rather than overwhelming it with gush gush. The characters were incredibly believable. The scenarios were absolutely riveting. And best of all, the whole world Ms. Wylie has created felt real. The basic story is of a young healer coming into her power and getting more than she bargained for when she saves the life of a young prince. It reminded me of a Mercedes Lackey novel, which to me is the greatest compliment you can pay an author. Jen Wylie might be a newer author, but her stories unfold like those of seasoned veterans. BUY IT, READ IT, YOU'LL LOVE IT. I did.