About the Author

 

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My name is Sarah, and I am a writer.

I am the Editor-in-Chief of my college’s student newspaper (https://www.facebook.com/eCorsair/), as well as an article writer.  I am also a student editor of Hurricane Review, my college’s annual literary arts journal (https://pschurricanereview.wordpress.com/).  I have been published in Bella Grace magazine, and my story, “The Ghoul of Whitmire Cemetery” (based on a few grave-robbing incidents that happened in Pensacola, Florida, during the Fifties) was published in The Saturday Evening Post’s “Great American Short Stories” anthology in 2016.

I publish short poems on Instagram daily:  https://www.instagram.com/sarahleastories/

My Facebook author page is densely packed with writerly inspiration and advice: https://www.facebook.com/sarahleastories/

A portfolio of my published work:  https://sarahlearichards.journoportfolio.com

Also me (and a work in progress, being a first-year Spanish student):

Me llamo Sarah (Sarah con hache, como Anne con e). Yo tengo treinta y seis años de edad.
Soy extremadamente creativa e increíblemente desorganizada y tengo un sentido del humor negro. Soy una escritora prolífica y pensadora profunda, pero no en matemáticas.
Creo que el optimismo y la positividad son escenciales para tener una buena vida.
Me gusta leerle a mi hija, hornear con chocolate, ver películas antiguas, escribir poesía para niños y pasar tiempo fuera de casa. Yo paso mucho tiempo trabajando, estudiando y decidiendo que comer.
Yo práctico mi Español traduciendo mi poesía y publico un poema en Instagram diariamente.
Voy a ir a la Universidad de la Florida del oeste para estudiar escritura creativa. Mi sueño es ser columnista de humor. No me retirare hasta que sea millonaria.
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10 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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