Sarah has been a compulsive reader her whole life. At a young age, she found her reading niche in the fantastic genre of Speculative Fiction. She blames her active imagination for the hobbies that threaten to consume her life. She is a freelance writer and editor, a semi-pro nature photographer, world traveler, three-time cancer survivor, and mom to one six-year-old, and one rambunctious toddler. In her ideal world, she’d do nothing but drink lots of tea and read from a never-ending pile of speculative fiction books.
Sarah has been running Bookworm Blues, a popular and highly respected speculative fiction book review website for eight years. She ran a weekly column on SF Signal called Special Needs in Strange Worlds, talking about the importance of disabilities in the genre for three years. She is a regular guest on genre podcasts, and has been a panelist at several large literary conventions in her area. She has been a judge for the Self-Published Fantasy Blog Off, hosted by Mark Lawrence for three years running. Sarah has had a few editorial pieces published, most recently by Jim C. Hines in Indivisible 2. She currently works as a freelance developmental and copy editor and takes a ridiculous amount of pride in the fact that she reads roughly 200 books a year.