Born and raised in England, Sahara Kelly now calls herself an American, but manages to keep in touch with her heritage by making sausage rolls and watching the occasional rerun of Blackadder. Her family understands – being partial to a bit of British food now and again – and also appreciates the fact that she disappears into her own world for extended periods of time. Writers tend to do that, she tells them. And Sahara knows she’s blessed to be able to do what she loves – write! Genres are fields through which she dances merrily, pausing for a contemporary, then moving on to a fantasy or two with a wave to historicals if the wind is in the right direction.
There’s always something cooking on her hard drive (besides those sausage rolls), and she’s thrilled to have found a new field to play in – Steampunk! With a grown family, Sahara now has plenty of time to explore the written word and indulge herself in plot, characters, passion and desire. The many books in her backlist have taught her some of the steps to this literary dance, but she’s continually challenged by a new pattern or rhythm. For her, it’s a symphony she hopes will continue unabated. And she loves to share the experience with her readers.
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