A Fairy Story (of sorts)



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Sara Quinn

Sara Quinn

Although she began college life as an art major, Sara was quickly sucked into the whirly depths of psychology. She spent a few years working as an educator and eventually became a Peace Corps volunteer in the Dominican Republic.Now she gets to make stuff for a living, which suits her fine.Sara co-owns Squid&Crow, and lives in Pasco with Brendan and Lila. She happily spends hours composing, coloring, and texturing (when she’s not geeking out on comic books and video games).

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  • Becca Lingley

    I loved this! Thank you for sharing! Do you have more of the story developed? I’m interested to know what happens next. πŸ™‚

  • Sara Quinn

    This is actually the first time I have shared this with anyone. Most of my writing is memoir-ish, but not overly realistic. The way we “remember” things has a story-like quality.
    I don’t know if there is more… we’ll see.

  • Sara Quinn

    …and thanks πŸ™‚
    It was scary to share.

  • Suzy Garza Higley

    Sara, this was sooooo good! I couldn’t read fast enough, I wanted to know what happened next!!! You are great at this! ….I want more!!!! πŸ™‚

  • Kriste Colley

    I am just playing catch up! I loved this! My daughter’s name is Lillian, so it was even more real to me. Your writing is so vivid. I’m huddled in the back of the house with the laptop right now, just lost in your world!

  • Doug Waltman

    I’m glad I went to play a Pot-Luck catchup. I just now got to your story. So glad you shared. Your pacing and delivery is great!