2020 was, to put it lightly, a helluva year in many, many ways. It was filled with change and tragedy, anxiety, isolation, and for me, an intense creative drive to keep moving forward while the world seemed to hold still.
Author Sara A. Noë answers a question from a reader: “What should young, female readers understand from observing [your] characters?”
The original story almost looked very different prior to publication! Here’s a look at the biggest changes that took place between conception and final draft.
Award-winning author Sara A. Noë shares tips and tricks for new authors preparing for book signing events.
“Why isn’t Cato your favorite character since he’s the protagonist?” Well, the truth is, Cato and I have a complicated relationship.
I think there’s this expectation that once a book is released, the author is able to sit back, sigh in relief, and relax. But that’s not the case.
As I’m polishing up the final version of the book and the publication date is getting closer, fans have been asking what to expect with Book II.
A short pronunciation video to cover the most important words unique to the Chronicles of Avilésor series
The author headshot is one of the final pieces I had to fit into the puzzle before publication day. A look behind the scenes….
I believe there is a place for cursing in literature, but it should be important. It should define a character’s demeanor or provide an impact….