Sarah Dieng


Sarah Dieng is a Creative Fiction writer from Michigan. However, she has lived in Florida, Kentucky, and Ohio longer than she lived in Michigan. Her first book, Deadly Dreams, was self-published in 2011 under the YA Paranormal/Romance genre. Since then she has put out two others in the Death Walker Series and is working on the fourth of six books in that series.

She began writing when she was just a child, handwriting a story about a boy and his dog, then reading it to an elderly disabled neighbor after every little bit that she finished. She once worked as a Feature Writer for a small-town newspaper, also taking her own photos and developing them in a darkroom. Sarah has always been an avid reader, reading Nancy Drew and the Hardy Boys mysteries when she was young, to currently reading Laurell K. Hamilton, Patricia Briggs, and Rachel Vincent, among many others.

Sarah has a sarcastic sense of humor and it reflects itself in some of her writing that is not yet published. Although she prefers the more serious, darker side of writing, she has ideas for other books and have even begun writing them. Her vivid imagination along with the support she received from her family, finally persuaded her to write a book, which then turned into four. She writes in images, ones that she can see as she writes. One reviewer of her first book pointed out that it felt like she was there with the characters when she was reading it.

Sarah’s hope is to not only write books that allow the reader to disappear from the real-world for a short time and enter a new one, but to “see” what she does when writing the story. Her goals are to finish the Death Walker Series and then move on to the ideas she has for several Adult Paranormal/Romance novels. Her long-term goals would to become not only a full-time author, but to also become a professional free-lance writer, which follows one of her minor studies.

Sarah currently is an online student at Southern New Hampshire University. She is working toward a Masters in Creative Writing. Her other areas of study are Minors in Professional Writing and History. She currently lives in Columbus, Ohio with her beagle mix rescue dog Buddy.

Where to find Sarah Dieng online


Deadly Darkness (A Death Walker Novel - Book Three)
Series: Death Walker, Book 3. Price: $3.99 USD. Words: 89,970. Language: English. Published: December 11, 2013 . Categories: Fiction » Young adult or teen » Thriller & Suspense, Fiction » Young adult or teen » Drama
Now that Danielle has found out what she is, she now has to find out why she keeps dying and how to prevent it from happening again. Mitch and Alex are the only support she has and Mitch especially won’t let her give up. Her nightmares are progressively getting more violent and taking over her waking moments as well and she can’t seem to hold the darkness back for long.
Deadly Desires (A Death Walker Novel-Book Two)
Series: Death Walker, Book 2. Price: $3.99 USD. Words: 107,940. Language: English. Published: January 15, 2012 . Categories: Fiction » Young adult or teen » Thriller & Suspense, Fiction » Young adult or teen » Romance » General
With her sixteenth birthday coming up Danielle is faced with more tests than she can handle. She’s dealing with a “kind of” boyfriend, a soul mate and terrifying nightmares that stop her breath...literally. Yet with the help of both of her guys she finds out more about herself than she thought possible as well as finding out a little bit about the family she never knew. She also discovers that the lives that led up to this one just didn’t happen by chance, there is something there she is hoping to discover, but she doesn’t know if she will find it in time.
Deadly Dreams - A Death Walker Novel - Book 1
Series: Death Walker, Book 1. Price: $2.99 USD. Words: 68,610. Language: English. Published: July 30, 2011 . Categories: Fiction » Young adult or teen » Science Fiction
Danielle Mason is a typical teenager. School, best friend...nightmares that reach out and touch her. She doesn’t know why she has nightmares of darkness and death and she doesn’t know why the green eyed boy in each one reaches out to her. Who is he? And most important, is he real?

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