My name is Sarah Richards, and I am 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, placed as an Honorable Mention in the 2019 contest.
I was a freelance reporter for The Pensacola News Journal; I currently offer my writing, editing, and tutoring services as an independent contractor: https://www.upwork.com/freelancers/~01b62717f7062a20c7. I am also a stay-at-home mom and will be attending University to pursue my B.A. in Creative Writing.
My latest hobbies are making personalized bookmarks and Shutterfly gift books which incorporate that graphic design element.
A portfolio of my published work can be found here (and will lead you to my e-mail and social media pages): https://sarahlearichards.journoportfolio.com.