Sarah writes simply for the love of writing. She began writing as a child and continued the tradition for her own enjoyment throughout her life. Sarah writes fiction based on images or events that have touched her heart and soul.
When Sarah’s husband, U.S. Army Captain Travis Galloway, deployed to Afghanistan for 12 months during 2012, she began writing The Letter Drawer to help provide her comfort and ease her through the pain of not having her husband at home. During that time, she was working full-time as a Registered Nurse in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit in Colorado Springs, CO while caring for her four young children. She maintained an atmosphere of being a strong, supportive wife and mother during the day. At night, when she wasn’t caring for babies as a nurse, she took comfort in writing.
Sarah writes from the heart. She follows no template or guideline. She creates no outlines for her work. She simply starts with an idea and begins writing. As she learns more about her characters, she is able to write more, eventually melding the words together to form a complete story. Sarah firmly believes that the true essence of all writers is a deep and passionate love of the process. True writing comes from the heart.