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Sara's Latest Blogs

Dec.31.2013 - 12:27 pm
Here in Los Angeles, I am sitting on the cusp of the New Year and a new moon. It is still morning and sunlight saturates my yard, nourishing my plants and driving me inside. I...
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Nov.16.2013 - 12:48 pm
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Last Friday, we lost a great presence in our hearts and lives. Our Kid, at 14-1/2 years old, lost his battle with cancer. You can imagine the space the loss of this 105-pound...
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Aug.27.2012 - 3:30 pm
Jupiter, twelve years and 3 months ago.
Here is a photo of Jupiter at three months.  It took him a year to grow into that head. My sister-in-law, Maryke, told me that it hurts so much to lose our dogs and cats...
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Jun.09.2012 - 5:19 pm
Me and Jupiter
  Here I am with Jupiter, my faithful pup of twelve years.  We've just learned he has cancer and this breaks my heart.  I hope there will be many more months of him...
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Comments from Sara

May.13.2012 - 3:11 pm
In response to: Fifty Shades...of nausea
Hooray for you, Cliff!  I've been hesitant to come out publically about some of the genre writing--because I don't...
May.13.2012 - 2:54 pm
In response to: Mothers
Wow. Margie, it's so brave to share such things.  Though, I imagine it has been therapeutic as well.  Most of...
May.13.2012 - 2:47 pm
In response to: Best. Reading. Ever.
Congratulations for having such a great experience! The volume's a bit awkward on the video snips... but I enjoyed them...
May.13.2012 - 2:42 pm
In response to: Bear naked? A bold fashion statement.
I love finding morals in mundane news stories!  Thanks for the entertaining images you've given :)
May.09.2012 - 2:43 pm
In response to: Creating Powerful and Memorable Characters: Using Voice
It is wonderful.  I'm so glad you wrote this blog.  (At least I know I'm not crazy!) The name of my first...

Published Reviews

Front Cover
Sep.01.2011
Published by Fantasy and Science Fiction Magazine
  "...I realized that it wasn’t really a vampire story — or at least not any sort of a traditional one. In fact, it isn’t so much about vampires as it is...