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When I'm not writing, I'm psychologizing (really, I even get a paycheck for it). Sometimes I do both at the same time. The results are unpredictable.

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Sarah Fine I'm so glad you're excited! Currently there are three books slated for release (Reliquary on June 14th, Splinter on August 2nd, and Mosaic on November…moreI'm so glad you're excited! Currently there are three books slated for release (Reliquary on June 14th, Splinter on August 2nd, and Mosaic on November 15th), but I do not consider that the end of the story. I'll keep everyone posted on future plans for this series ...(less)
Sarah Fine I'm so happy that you're enjoying my books, Victoria! And I'm honored that my characters have stuck with you. Jim is definitely a character whose fate…moreI'm so happy that you're enjoying my books, Victoria! And I'm honored that my characters have stuck with you. Jim is definitely a character whose fate I left somewhat vague, but I will tell you how I've always thought about it:

SPOILER AHEAD: At the end of Fractured, I felt that Jim wasn't yet finished with his journey toward redemption, and that it would be too easy to give him a happily ever after at that point--and if you've read the short story about him in Stories from the Shadowlands, you can probably see why. So after his death at the end of Fractured, he would have needed to do his time in the Blinding City, and he would have ultimately succeeded using some of the inner resources he'd gained during the time he spent in the land of the living. Ultimately, I do think he would have ended up back in the Countryside, but with more of a sense of peace and contentment for having experienced all the things he had.

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I don't usually share personal stuff, but I think now is the time.

Yesterday, Reliquary, my latest adult novel, was published. It's an urban fantasy with hints of erotic romance, and writing it (and the other books in the series, all of which I wrote last year and will be published over the next few months) helped get me through one of the toughest periods in my life thus far.

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“Some people can’t keep fighting. Some people want to escape. Some people are not ready—are not able—to find a way to deal with what’s in front of them. Sometimes there’s no one to help them. Sometimes they don’t know how to ask for help. Sometimes it feels like there’s no choice but to end it. No other way out. And sometimes it’s impossible to see past that.”
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Sarah Fine Beth wrote: "Thanks Sarah for the awesome giveaway! :)"

You're welcome! I'm excited for people to read it!


Beth  (YA Books Central) Thanks Sarah for the awesome giveaway! :)


Beth  (YA Books Central) Oh! FRACTURED!!! I SOOO want!!! Cant wait to see where this story goes!! Sanctum was one of my most favorite books of 2012!!!!


Beth  (YA Books Central) I have only about 40 pages left to read of Sanctum and I am already sad....I know that it is going to end wonderful and have me begging for more!!This book has completely absorbed me for the last week. I cannot put it down...The characters and the world-building is just amazing...Your writing style keeps me turning pages...I just absolutely love it...Now my question is...When can i get the SEQUEL!!!!!??? :)
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