Sarah Morgan

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USA Today and Sunday Times bestselling author Sarah Morgan writes romance and contemporary women's fiction and her trademark humour and warmth have gained her fans across the globe. Sarah lives near London, England, and when she isn't reading or writing she loves being outdoors.

Look out for FAMILY FOR BEGINNERS, a warm hearted, emotional story of love, family and starting over coming in April!

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Sarah Morgan Hi Erika, I'm so happy you're enjoying the series. I've written just about every profession possible in my 85 books :) One of the heroes in my current…moreHi Erika, I'm so happy you're enjoying the series. I've written just about every profession possible in my 85 books :) One of the heroes in my current book is a carpenter, and another is a therapist. The heroine of my current release How To Keep A Secret is a stay at home mum, although towards the end of the book she does start to follow her passion - and that is the key. All my characters (male and female) are following their passions. For example, Frankie in Sunset in Central Park is a gardener. She's good at it, partly because she loves it. Eva is a cook - again, it's what she loves. I think if there is a pattern at all, it's that I like my characters to be doing something that interests them. Generally if you do something you love, you are good at it. Hope this helps xxxx(less)
Sarah Morgan Hi Cintia, I think the most important thing about being a writer is that you should enjoy the writing itself. I think if you're writing with the sole …moreHi Cintia, I think the most important thing about being a writer is that you should enjoy the writing itself. I think if you're writing with the sole aim of writing a bestseller etc, then it is far easier to be discouraged because being published/good sales/bestseller lists etc are never guaranteed. It is important to write what you enjoy writing, If you love it, then the chances are that other people will too. I wrote as a hobby long before I was published, and did it because I loved it. If I ceased to be published tomorrow I would still write. So I think it's important to write something you love. If you find yourself demotivated by things you see in the industry, then try and pay less attention. For example if going on Twitter discourages you, then limit your time on Twitter. And don't forget that many people post their successes, but not the struggle it took to get there. Writing is a brilliant job, but it's hard work and it is never easy. Good luck! Sarah.(less)
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“I love being single. It's my choice, not a sentence. It's not a state that I'm in until someone better comes along. Don't feel sorry for me. I love my life."

"Don't you want someone to snuggle up to at night?"

"No. this way, I never have to fight for the duvet, I can sleep diagonally across the bed and I can read until four in the morning."

"A book can't take the place of a man!"

"I disagree. A book can give you most things a relationship can. It can make you laugh, it can make you cry, it can transport you to different worlds and teach you things. You can even take it out to dinner. And if it bores you, you can move on. Which is pretty much what happens in real life.”
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message 25: by Sarah

Sarah Morgan Thank you Abby!
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♡AbbyBooks♡ Thanks for accepting (: i love all your books i have read so far (:


message 23: by Kimaya

Kimaya Mathew Hello Sarah,
Thanks for adding me :)
Kimaya


message 22: by Sarah

Sarah Morgan Thanks so much Louise! So happy to hear that - you've made my day xx


The Fae Louise Thanks for accepting :), I love your books!! :D


Christine Hatfield How are you Sarah?


message 19: by Sarah

Sarah Morgan valkyrie wrote: "thank you for being my friend...."

good to be in touch!


valkyrie thank you for being my friend....


message 17: by Sarah (last edited May 03, 2012 01:43AM)

Sarah Morgan Christine wrote: "thanks for being my friend"

good to 'meet' you Christine!


Christine Hatfield thanks for being my friend


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Sarah Morgan Hi Booklover :) Great to be in touch and so glad to hear you enjoyed Doukakis's Apprentice!
Sarah
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Booklover Sarah Thanks so much for sending the friendvite:)
Its such great Honor:)

Enjoyed Doukakis's Apprentice so much,hunted down few old releases and loved them,they are keeper for me:)


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Sarah Morgan hi Lee, thank you so much! I'm so pleased you enjoyed Doukakis's Apprentice. That's great news.
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message 12: by Lee

Lee Sarah, so good to see you here. Did I tell you I absolutely *loved* Doukakis's Apprentice? You packed it with everything I love in a Presents novel - passion, emotion, dry humor and a gorgeous alpha male! Thanks so much for another really great read!!


adinda widya i love alex too. have a nice day too. *chu* XD


message 10: by Sarah

Sarah Morgan ♥ dinda♥ wrote: "i really really love ur westerling series .... keep it up. love u ;)"

So pleased you love the Westerlings - Alex was one of my favourite characters too! Thanks for letting me know, have a good day!


adinda widya i really really love ur westerling series .... keep it up. love u ;)


message 8: by Sarah

Sarah Morgan Jen wrote: "Hi Sarah, thanks for the friendship! Have enjoyed what I've read of your work so far, especially The Doctor's Runaway Bride. :)"

Thanks Jen! Glad you're enjoying the books...hope it continues :)


message 7: by Jen

Jen Hi Sarah, thanks for the friendship! Have enjoyed what I've read of your work so far, especially The Doctor's Runaway Bride. :)


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Sarah Morgan Paula wrote: "Hi Sarah,
Thank you for the friendship! :)
I love your Harlequin Presents and Medical Romances!!!
Love the cover of your upcoming book, One Night... Nine-Month Scandal."


Hi Paula - thanks for that, I'm so pleased with that cover :) Have a great day x


message 5: by Sarah

Sarah Morgan Lady Danielle "The Book Huntress" wrote: "Thanks for accepting my friendship invite, Sarah. I love your books!"

Hi Lady Danielle! Great to meet you here - so glad you enjoy the books xx


message 4: by Paula

Paula Hi Sarah,
Thank you for the friendship! :)
I love your Harlequin Presents and Medical Romances!!!
Love the cover of your upcoming book, One Night... Nine-Month Scandal.


 Danielle The Book Huntress (Back to the Books) Thanks for accepting my friendship invite, Sarah. I love your books!


message 2: by Sarah

Sarah Morgan Sandra wrote: "Hi Sarah!
I love your Harlequin Presents! I especially enjoyed "The Brazilian Boss's Innocent Mistress"!
Thanks so much for the friendship and I hope you have a great day! :)"


Thanks so much Sandra! Glad you enjoyed my rainforest book - I had such fun writing that one. If you feel like a taster for my next one, One Night - Nine Month Scandal, the first chapter is now up on my website. Hope you have a great day too :)


Sandra Hi Sarah!
I love your Harlequin Presents! I especially enjoyed "The Brazilian Boss's Innocent Mistress"!
Thanks so much for the friendship and I hope you have a great day! :)


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