Don't Forget to Write

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What happens when life doesn't go as planned? What happens when you have more questions than answers? What happens when you realize you'll never have everything figured out? 'Don't Forget to Write' examines these adventures into adulthood including high school graduation, college memories, losing a job, love, and loss. Sarah shares her collection of essays written from personal experience. More
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About Sarah Warman

Sarah Warman is a Civil Engineer by trade and a Writer by heart. She grew up in Southwestern Pennsylvania as a child of the steel mill industry. After graduating from the University of Pittsburgh at Johnstown she moved to the eastern shore of Maryland so she could take walks on the beach whenever she pleased. After spending several years as a migrant, Sarah and her husband moved back home to Pittsburgh where they reside with their son and rescued cat. Her writing has been featured on the Huffington Post, Thought Catalog and her personal blog, Lunges, Long Runs and Lattes.

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charlottew822 reviewed on Jan. 21, 2016

This is truly a beautiful book of essays. I think it would also be appropriate for young women who may share Sarah's feelings of uncertainty as they approach adulthood. Sarah is a very courageous, thoughtful, and honest writer who shares experiences with her readers and at times provokes them to reflect on their own life experiences. I hope she continues writing and inspiring us!
(reviewed 38 days after purchase)
Jopat reviewed on Dec. 23, 2015

Very well-written book of essays. Sarah has written some very thoughtful and delightful pieces about her life experiences. Each essay is unique and has a life lesson, which is a running theme with this author. Her writings are very insightful and thought-provoking. I'm looking forward to more of Sarah's work.
(reviewed 9 days after purchase)

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