There's nothing like a taking a time out from a busy day to curl up around a good novel. The genre is not important, as long as you can get lost in the story. <br /><br /> Tell us about some great novels you've read, and what you enjoyed most about it. Leave a Comment, send me a tweet at @SeanBroadchest, or share it on my Facebook Page at the link below.

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Short Stories

You love to read, but just can't find time to feast on that great novel sitting on your table. A short story is like a literary snack. It can knock your emotional socks off. <br /><br /> Do you have a short story to tell us about? Or, better yet, do you have one to share? If you do, Leave a Comment, tweet me at @SeanBroadchest, or lay it out on my Facebook Page at the link below.

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Many of us write down verse at some time--just a few rhyming lines, or an epic poem! Whether it's a life event, or a muse that stimulates your creativity, a poem can have a tremendous impact on the reader. <br /><br /> Do you have a poem that has greatly affected you? Have you written something you'd like to share with us? Leave a Comment, give me a tweet at @SeanBroadchest, or lay it out on my Facebook Page at the link below.

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NaNoWriMo 2017 Is Here!

NaNoWriMo 2017 begins today! It’s 50,000 words or bust by the end of the month! So I’m going full steam ahead with my new teen mystery novel, tentatively titled: The Man in the Black Suit. Here are the first two paragraphs–just to whet your appetite…

Cemetery at Silba

In keeping with Halloween, which is just around the corner, here is a nice little horror story. You have to decide what happened in the end…

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OOPS! Missed That Turn Again!

  I am very pleased to announce my new book OOPS! Missed That Turn Again!, subtitled: And Other Funny Stories from My Past. As you can guess from the title, this is an anthology of funny, silly, interesting, and poignant stories from my life. These are all true stories, but I have saved many red […]


Tale of the Easter Bunny and the Black Forest

A short story by Sean Broadchest (702 words) It was a dark and stormy night. Rivulets of water ran swiftly along the path, cutting jagged trenches in the softer mud. Lightning lit up the sky, followed by earth-rending cracks of thunder.


Time and Travel in “Search”

When I wrote my novel Search for the Emerald Tablet, the plot included a lot of travel through Egypt, Cyprus, and parts of Europe. It wasn’t long before I found myself in a morass of travel alternatives, airline, train, and bus schedules, car rentals, etc!


Book Flow

If you are self-publishing a novel, like I am with Search for the Emerald Tablet, you can save yourself a lot of pages by correctly flowing your book.


Search for the Emerald Tablet

After so many years of reading great books by great writers, I’ve finally given birth to my very first novel: Search for the Emerald Tablet. It’s a full-length adventure romance that’s as fun to read as it was to write. In fact, every time I edited the book, I found myself getting engrossed in the […]


It’s a Beginning

Welcome to my new web site! As a full time writer, I thought it would be a good idea to have a public persona, where I could write about writing, and other topics as well.