To think BookCon was only a couple of weeks ago! Thanks to Amber, we were able to have a booth at BookCon and show off our hard work! As an indie author booth, we were set up beside TeeTurtle and FairyCrate! That was a prime location! Our booth was swarmed all day on Saturday and... Continue Reading →
Welcome to my first attempt at #BoostMyBio! My name is Sarah, but my godkids call me Sassy [because with all this sarcasm, how could they not?] I'm nervous but very excited to be entering this year's Pitch Wars with my New Adult Contemporary Fiction book. Dead Dreamer: To Dream is to Die Brenna’s life was... Continue Reading →
In the Dead Dreamer Series, there are three civil war spirits that appear to my character from time to time. As of right now, their existence is a mystery. However, I've gotten about halfway through Awakening, and it's so exciting to finally reveal their true natures!
The Child Dreamer: A Dead Dreamer Prequel ᚠᛁᚱᛖᛋᛟᚠᚲᚺᚨᛝᚷᛖ The beasts of the full moon reminded me of the shadowed creature that had escaped the barn the night my father ended his miserable existence. I watched as it escaped into the night before I set the barn ablaze. Remembering the creature and seeing these beasts now,... Continue Reading →
Starting this Saturday, chapters of my story Angels: Moon and Sun will be released every other Saturday
Fifteen years ago, I began to sketch the images that flooded my mind. My notebooks were a mess with doodles. My sketchbooks full of poorly drawn people. But there were two drawings that stuck out to me. I was thirteen years old, laying on the floor of my bedroom, listening Evanescence on repeat. My feet... Continue Reading →
There are writers who work with silence. Those who work with television on in the background. And there are those who write with music in the background.
Ravens have a strong presence in the Dead Dreamer series. The website alone should have been proof enough for that. Not to mention my journal full of notes for the series is covered in sketches/doodles of ravens (Not very good ones...). It's not because they're my favorite animal. Wolves are what I have a special connection with. ... Continue Reading →