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Sarah E. Boucher

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When Sarah Boucher's not embroiled in either teaching kindergarten or penning a new fairytale, cute shoes and handbags, cheesy music, movies that cause her to snort while laughing, baking (especially if chocolate is involved), and more British television than anyone this side of the Atlantic has any business watching, keep her entertained.

A native Utahn, Sarah graduated from Snow College and Brigham Young University. She currently lives and teaches in Ogden, Utah.

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Sarah E. Boucher I keep picking up books at author events where I'm selling books with other authors...because I love reading other people's novels too! I'm finishing …moreI keep picking up books at author events where I'm selling books with other authors...because I love reading other people's novels too! I'm finishing up Jo Schneider's Jagged Scars series (so good! Suspenseful, lots of action, and just a tinge of romance), the last book of which will be out later this year. I also am dying to jump into Robin King's Rembrandt Trilogy (YA Romance, Adventure), Alyson Peterson's Ian Quicksilver (YA Fantasy), and Angela Corbett's Eternal Starling (Paranormal Romance). And about five more books...(less)
Sarah E. Boucher Characters do occasionally make me nuts. When they do, I ask myself if what they're doing is true to who they are or if my story has gone off course. …moreCharacters do occasionally make me nuts. When they do, I ask myself if what they're doing is true to who they are or if my story has gone off course. Then I ask myself if the new direction is better than my original plan. Sometimes it requires a little rewriting or the tweaking of the outline to accommodate things you didn't see coming from the beginning. But sometimes you end up with something that works far better than you planned.(less)
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Fairy Tales & First Dates

My amazing writing group, Friday Night Writes, has been working on Fairy Tales & First Dates all year. If you love fairy tale retellings, painfully awkward situations, humor, and a dash of magic, this collection is for you!
There’s no getting around it, first dates are awkward.
Join Robin and Marian as Little John hijacks their night. Watch as a pixie is forced to spend the evening with an Read more of this blog post »
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“All of us are somewhat beastly, you know,” he added.
“He just wears his beastliness where everyone can see it.” To my surprise, he chuckled, his eyes crinkling at the corners. “At least you know what you’re getting into, right?”
Sarah Boucher, Becoming Beauty

“The first time I realized I had something to lose was when I had already lost it. Before then, I prayed for freedom from my mundane life. Until I was cut free, I didn’t understand how wonderful that life was.”
Sarah Boucher, Becoming Beauty

“I was no more interested in agriculture than I was in learning how to milk cats, but I persisted because I couldn’t resist bothering him while he was reading. “And what have you learned so far?” “That certain young women are relentless pests,” he responded blandly, his eyes still fixed on the book. “Ridiculous,” I chided. “That has nothing to do with agriculture.”
Sarah Boucher, Becoming Beauty

“All of us are somewhat beastly, you know,” he added.
“He just wears his beastliness where everyone can see it.” To my surprise, he chuckled, his eyes crinkling at the corners. “At least you know what you’re getting into, right?”
Sarah Boucher, Becoming Beauty

“I was no more interested in agriculture than I was in learning how to milk cats, but I persisted because I couldn’t resist bothering him while he was reading. “And what have you learned so far?” “That certain young women are relentless pests,” he responded blandly, his eyes still fixed on the book. “Ridiculous,” I chided. “That has nothing to do with agriculture.”
Sarah Boucher, Becoming Beauty

“My frankness seemed to reach him at last. The anger drained from his face, revealing the weakness he tried so hard to hide. We aren’t that different after all, I reflected. We’re both trying to hide who we are.”
Sarah Boucher, Becoming Beauty

“The first time I realized I had something to lose was when I had already lost it. Before then, I prayed for freedom from my mundane life. Until I was cut free, I didn’t understand how wonderful that life was.”
Sarah Boucher, Becoming Beauty




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