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Sarah Masters is a multi-published author in three pen names writing several genres. She lives with her husband, youngest daughter, and a cat in England. She writes at weekends and is a cover artist/head of art in her day job. In another life she was an editor. Her other pen names are Natalie Dae and Geraldine O’Hara.

Sarah also co-authors with Jaime Samms, and as Natalie Dae she co-authors with Lily Harlem under the name Harlem Dae.

 

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Sarah Masters - Fresh Fiction feature

They say writing is one of the loneliest of occupations. I have to respectfully disagree. Yes, you’re usually alone when putting pen to paper or fingertips to keyboard, but how can you be alone when you have a whole host of characters in your head to keep you company?

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Aim High Exclusive interview

Pride Publishing talks to the authors featured in the Aim High anthology, exploring the stories of men who work in the Air Forces.

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Reviews (40)

Oh my goodness guys! This was an incredible book! I love cop novels, especially ones with a well written mystery and some pretty gruesome murders. Empathy for a Killer fits this description to a...

This is a book that is a bit scarey not because of people jumping out at you or anything like that but because it is so easy to picture and put yourself in the book as a character. It was as if ...

Once these two were finally honest about their feelings, things got a little steamy. This is another one I’d love to read going back and giving more details of their friendship and the years o...

I enjoyed this friends to lovers romance very much, especially since everything about Michael and Steven felt real. I got to see how deeply they cared for each other as friends and how much they...

Sarah Masters wove a tale that took my heart, squeezed it as I reeled with the injustices forced upon the men and then subsequently allowed it to soar as the old adage ‘what goes around c...