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Sarah Wathen

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An artist turned author, Sarah Wathen is a storyteller by trade and a painter at heart. She was trained in Classical Painting at the University of Central Florida, then completed graduate studies in Fine Art at Parson’s School of Design in New York City. Her first step into the world of independent publishing was as an illustrator, and Sarah quickly realized she wanted to write her own books rather than illustrate other’s. That reinvention came as no surprise to family and friends, who remember her as a child always ready to turn a tale. Hours spent under the backyard stairs with her sister—dreaming up imaginary friends with outlandish names like Afisha and Pekins, and designing social networks called the Plant Club and the Tutu Group—were ...more

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I'm currently reading Jeffrey Collyer's Dreams and Shadows.

Really enjoying all the rich details of this otherworldly place--the author creates such a unique world. A slow down and enjoy the ride kind of story. Writing is impeccable. Read more of this blog post »
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“They had something close in front of them, a picture in front of their eyes that came between them and the world, which was the thing most adults seemed to have.”
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Sarah Wathen Of course! Thanks for friending me, I am so new to this platform! I really appreciate the warm welcome.


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