About the Author


I am Sarah—a lifelong Southern belle who will never put sugar in her grits.

I have been published in Bella Grace magazine, writersdigest.com, and my story, “The Ghoul of Whitmire Cemetery,” set in my hometown of Pensacola, Florida, was recognized as an Honorable Mention and published in The Saturday Evening Post’s “Great American Short Stories” anthology in 2016. “The Post-It Poet,” set at my alma mater of Pensacola State College (PSC), placed as an Honorable Mention in the 2019 contest, and “Office Space Cadets,” also set at PSC, placed as Honorable Mention in the 2022 contest. 

My Amazon.com author page can be found here: https://www.amazon.com/-/e/B08G7PDJFV

I have worked as a freelance reporter but am currently a writing expert for a global proofreading company—all while working towards my B.A. in English, with a concentration in Creative Writing.

I enjoy life with my husband and children in the Florida Panhandle. 

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13 thoughts on “About the Author

  1. I just read your “About” and your post about non-paleo dieting. I like your writing – it flows and feels organic, not processed. I am struggling to get onto the stationary bike called Writing. I look at it — waiting in the corner — accusing.

    • Thanks! I need to get on the literal stationary bike–too much time spent on the computer. I like your pun (the use of the words processed and organic). 🙂

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  4. I just read your article in the latest issue of Bella Grace. It very much resonated with me (I’m a “sage” Millennial…lol). “I have lost my faith in church and found it in the God who is everywhere.” Beautiful.

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