Sarah Sloane

Biography

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Sarah Sloane ran out of books to read so she wrote one for herself. It includes many of her favorite things: Marbles, animals, planets, moons, mysteries, plants, cemeteries, crazy people, instantaneous travel, and a whole other world connected to our world. The characters became real and started going off in all different directions to tell their own stories. Sideways, backward, and forward. This is why the stories can't all be labeled neatly, one, two, and three. Nevertheless, they all come from the world of the Marble Game.

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Sarah Sloane's favorite authors on Smashwords

Elizabeth Edson
Latest book: Across. Published September 18, 2011. (4.00 from 1 review)

Smashwords book reviews by Sarah Sloane

  • Across on Nov. 18, 2012

    I not a fan of YA. It's usually too sappy and self-involved. I thought Across, By Elizabeth Edson was going to be like that at first. But after I got through the first few chapters, I was hooked. The world is well developed, the characters are well-drawn, the writing is smooth, and, most of all, the plot with its interesting twist is very satisfying. Congratulations, Elizabeth. I'm looking forward to your next book. Sarah Sloane, author of The Marble Game
  • Villainous Vic on Nov. 23, 2012

    This story would be great as a 1940's style British comedy. I wonder if the author has tried writing plays? Sarah Sloane, author of The Marble Game
  • Aunt HELLen on Nov. 27, 2012

    A well-written psychological horror novella. Very effective first person point of view. The author maintains a pervasive feeling of dread as she meticulously maps her character's descent. Sarah Sloane, author The Marble Game.
  • The Crystal Pyramid on Dec. 04, 2012

    Very enjoyable, if a bit confusing. I loved the zany sense of humor and interesting wordplay. I think my favorite sentence was: "But as the window rolled down, the string of hopes snapped." The style of the story and dialog reminded me a little of the first two "Spy Kids" movies. I hope to see more from these authors. Sarah Sloane, author of The Marble Game