Long Shot Books have published my flash fiction, Adapting to Chaos, on their Flyswatter website. Continue reading Read my new story Adapting to Chaos
For years I did not share my writing with anyone. At all. I am not sure anyone knew I was a writer. I am naturally quite private and I wanted to get better without having any outside pressure. (There’s nothing worse than having people ask what you are working on when you are still working on the same thing you were doing the last time … Continue reading How do you share your work?
Click here to read the article. Continue reading What’s Wrong Now? – an article for Books by Women
Having Ashes out in the world is wonderful. Being published is just what I wanted. It’s very exciting that people will be able to read something I have poured so much of myself into. Really, it is. Then why do I feel a bit embarrassed? I am humbled when someone buys my book. I am grateful. I fervently hope they will enjoy it. (But that … Continue reading Control Freak Issues
Originally posted on Lorelei Press:
Sarah Mitchell-Jackson is the author of Ashes. What led you to write Ashes? Ha! That’s a really tough question to answer, because Ashes came from everything that has ever happened to me and everything I have ever heard of happening to others and a very healthy glug of my over-active imagination. I’m the sort of novelist that puts everything in… Continue reading We interviewed Sarah Mitchell-Jackson author of Ashes
Ashes is available to pre-order on Amazon Continue reading Ashes on Amazon
For those of you who have been waiting, it’s been a long time – about two years. I’m happy to tell you, though, that your wait is almost over. Ashes, my (ahem) much-anticipated first novel, is soon to be published. The good people at Lorelei Press are putting the finishing touches to Ashes as I write this. For those of you who have not been … Continue reading Ashes is on its way!
It’s been a pretty good week here in Mitchell-Jackson towers, with lots of my short stories being accepted for publication. Here is a little over-view, but I will be reminding you of each one closer to each date of publication. Just Milk and Unfounded Allegations will be appearing in Gravel Magazine. Skipping School is going to be included in the Framing Fridays eBook. Storm will be read by the amazing … Continue reading Forthcoming Stories