Sarah E. Seeley

Biography

Through two wonderful mentored research experiences, Sarah E. Seeley had the opportunity to work with dead sauropods and ancient odonates while acquiring her undergraduate degree in geology from Brigham Young University. She hopes to study more dead things in the future and contribute to scientific discussions about what makes life on Earth so amazing. In the meantime, she explores the bright side of being human by writing dark fiction.

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There's Starving Vampires in Africa
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Price: Free! Words: 2,710. Language: English. Published: October 24, 2012. Category: Fiction » Science fiction » Short stories
(5.00)
When Othel goes to donate blood, he runs into more trouble than he bargained for.
Demon Betta
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Price: Free! Words: 960. Language: English. Published: October 24, 2012. Category: Fiction » Fantasy » Short stories
(5.00)
When young Tommy neglects to clean his room, a demon finds an opportunity to "reek" havoc. (Flash fiction)

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  • The Unwilling on Nov. 26, 2014

    I love this book. The twisted world of the vampire cult Carl (the main character) infiltrates to find his sister's killer is openly dark and honestly horrifying. The story follows strong themes of agency, power, temptation, love, and redemption. It made for deep thinking about evils that plague our real world and how one goes about restoring hope, security, and goodness where it is seemingly bereft in the lives of truly tortured and potentially dangerous individuals. Carl's LDS background and convictions to stay true to his faith despite his unwilling damnation (when he becomes a vampire) was a dynamic I really enjoyed. Carl and Moira are both strong characters, battling darkness within and without on a journey full of twists and turns, both bitter and sweet. I was swept away on this dark, suspenseful adventure to save Salt Lake City from the nefarious Children of Lilith. This is a gem of LDS horror fiction. I found it both entertaining and deep. Highly recommended reading, and I'll be looking forward to the rest in the series!