September 8, 2019

I've decided to take a bit of a break. Things are piling up these days, and while I've made some pretty nice strides in my writing goals, I'm also having a hard time staying motivated. I'm hoping if I recharge for a few weeks, I can come back stronger and ready to get...

July 28, 2019

Which is not my favorite day of the year. Birthdays, Christmases, the last days of a school year. Really, any day that involves anticipating greatness, I don't like them. They're always disappointing.

This year, in anticipation of the magical day when I quit saying "I'm...

June 13, 2019

Since the last time I stopped by.

I know. It's been a while. So here's what's been happening in the writing (and non-writing) world of Sarah:

1) My agent and I agreed that I needed to rewrite CODY. This was a big deal because, well... it needed a lot of work. The main re...

March 20, 2019

Featured Author - Alanah Andrews, whose story, "Earth II" is included in the anthology "A Flash of Words" alongside my own. "Earth II" is an interesting look at a dystopian future where the planet humans inhabit looks nothing like the Earth we know today. 

What was the...

February 16, 2019

Today, I'm featuring an interview with R Roy Lutz whose story "The Abortion" can be found alongside mine in "A Flash of Words." A poignant story with an interesting twist!

1. If you had to do one thing differently with your story, what would it be?
Answer: Use even fewe...

February 5, 2019

Our second installment of the "A Flash of Words" virtual tour, an interview with Lozzi Counsell, author of "The Consequences of Grief" a story about a father's grieving process after losing his daughter. A truly haunting story about love and loss.

1. What was the inspir...

February 1, 2019

A Flash of Words is doing a virtual tour over the next few weeks. Authors who contributed will be featured here to discuss their inspiration for their piece and give insight on their writing process:

Our first featured author is Dawn Taylor, whose story "For the Want of...

January 30, 2019

Big change takes time. You don't just wake up one day and suddenly you have a whole new life. If you want that new life, you have to work for it.

I'll be honest. I finished reading The Bird and the Blade a week and a half ago, and I was a little shaken, because I saw a...

January 16, 2019

I first read Watership Down when I was fourteen years old. It was the summer between my freshman and sophomore years of high school, and I read it while away from home for two weeks at cello camp. I’ve read Watership Down at least once every two years since then. I’m t...

January 1, 2019

2018 is winding to a close, 2019 is just around the corner, and it's time for this lady to be thinking about her plans for the coming year. I'm not great at resolutions. I very rarely keep them. But I do like having goals and making plans. Last year, my main goal was t...

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