Q&A With A Wordsmith: Challenging Beliefs

On Writing, Random Thoughts

Heya Lovelies,

As a writer taking a rather unique path, I often receive a wide range of questions. So far, I’ve covered some broad topics which you can find here and I’ll continue to shed some light on further questions. With luck, you’ll gain some understanding and insight along the way.

If you have a question you’d like me to answer, feel free to comment or drop me an email.


Question:
What perspectives or beliefs have you challenged with your books?

Answer:

Let’s be honest, my books aren’t likely to be considered in the future as literary masterpieces. There’s a good chance they’ll fade into the ether over the years.

But, for those that do give my books a chance, I hope I’ve shed some light on several important issues. Like how diversity can help shape a community. How people have their own histories and may not be what they seem on the outside. Or bringing about awareness. Like the lingering effects of long-term PTSD. How race, gender, etc. shouldn’t play a factor in how a person chooses to live their life.

I hope that through my books readers like you will see that the world is never just black or white, right or wrong. It just is. And it’s up to us to navigate it to the best of our abilities with open minds and hearts. The unknown doesn’t have to be scary or evil. 


Coming up, I’ll talk about how I decide on the titles of my books. 

Until next time,
Sarah

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