Sarah has written several books, both non-fiction and historical fiction, and has an essay published in a history collection. She continues to research and write at this time and looks forward to having more volumes published in the future.
Call Out The Cadets: The Battle of New Market
An easy-to-read narrative focused on this Shenandoah Valley battle including detailed maps, many photos, and a battlefield tour. More…
Published in 2019, Savas Beatie. (Part of the Emerging Civil War Series)
Entertaining History: The Civil War in Literature, Film, and Song
Essay – Marching Against Dixie: The Creation of Gone With The Wind as an American Icon. More…
Published in 2020, Southern Illinois University Press. (Part of the Engaging the Civil War Series)
More books coming…a little delayed by COVID-19.
Sarah started her professional writing well-researched historical fiction. She continues to write this genre to share history to explore its creativity and weave historical context and details into stories to reach new audiences. She believes, though, that it is important to differentiate between the genres of non-fiction and fiction.
Blue, Gray & Crimson
Follow fourteen-year-old Betsy Westmore and her family from the first Confederate raid into the Gettysburg community, through the battle and aftermath and to the day of Lincoln’s famous address. More…
Published in 2015, Gazette665.
Set in 1867, this historical novel follows Susan Rose Arnold – a lighthouse keeper’s daughter – as she discovers the Civil War’s effects which cast dark shadows two years after the conflict ended. More…
Published in 2017, Gazette665.
Ten short, inspirational stories set in ten different eras of America’s holiday past. More…
Published in 2016, Gazette665