A writer of science fiction novels, short stories and a handful of poems, Sarah Higbee lives on the south coast of England with her husband.  Spending far too much time with her computer – the only one who truly understands – she occasionally ventures outside to grow yet more fodder for the starving slugs who have overrun what used to be a garden.

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  1. Sarah.. Thanks very michael for the Reblog of Ordinary Stories and for your kind words in your introduction. Much appreciated Thom (you may be interested to know that Mary Gauthier approved and linked it to her twitter feed).

  2. Hi Sarah – I also nominated you for an award – sorry, I didn’t spot you were on The Tattooed Book Geek’s list – I thought I’d checked it tool So, obviously just ignore me – unless of course you have an absolute burning desire to answer yet more obtrusive questions from this nosey blogger! (in which case press on) LOL
    Lynn 😀

  3. Thank you so much for thinking of me:)). I feel terrible that I haven’t yet done this, but now that I’ve finished college for the year, I should have a bit more time. So… if it’s alright with you – I’ll probably roll them both together and answer a selection of questions from both you and Drew. Have a great week:)

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  6. Glad to hear you are getting back to exercising again. I’m trying to get back to my yoga too.
    and YAY! Congrats on that contract to publish Netted. Holy cow it sounds GOOD! Can’t believe it won’t be until 2019, though! OMG the publishing worlds is NOT for the impatient 🙂

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    • Yes… although after years and years of battling the critters, I think my garden wildlife might FINALLY beginning to catch up! But we have been here now for 23 years and I’ve been gardening organically all that time… I don’t recommend it as a strategy.

  8. Hello, if you are interested in writing short stories and poems (both in English and vernacular) please reply to this mail. I am an editor at StoryMirror, a writing website.

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    • No, I don’t… I enjoy reading and blogging, but as you must have gathered – I’m not anything like as organised and focused about it as many of the bloggers we both know:). Writing is my main activity, and I also teach, so it’s far more of a hobby.

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    • Thank you, Anne! Apologies for the delay in responding – for some random reason your lovely comment got shunted into my Pending pile and I’ve only just come across it.

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