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Sara

Sara is from Seattle, Washington, and currently is living in Fort Worth, Texas. She's been married to her sarcastic soulmate for four years, and together they have an 18-month old boy who they are grooming to be the King of Snark.

Sara works full-time at a Fort Worth law office and writes in her spare time. Her favorite hobbies are sleeping, eating pizza, watching horror movies, reading books, and irritating people by being a gay-loving, body positivity promoting, anti-racist, tree-hugging hippie liberal.

She is an ordained minister with the Universal Life Church and offers free wedding ceremonies to gay couples in the Fort Worth area.

The Eight Types of Lesser-Known Harry Potter Characters We Work With

Did you ever wish you could live in the world of Harry Potter? I know I have. Even though I’m a 34-year-old woman with a kid, I’ve always been drawn to the world of Harry Potter. If you’re like me, I’m here to say that reading the books, watching the movies, or going to Universal …

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My Husband is a Better Parent Than I Am — and That’s Okay

Throughout decades of fighting for equal rights, women of the United States have moved leaps and bounds towards equality. We are largely expected to attend college, to seek our own path and to be who we wish to be. However, there are still a few areas in which women woefully lack the benefit of equality …

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NSFW – The Four Types of Drivers I Loathe

I hate driving with a passion. I mean, I love the act of driving, but only if I’m so far out in the middle of nowhere that all of the idiot drivers have been replaced by inbred, human-flesh-hungry nuclear mutant people. Because honestly? Sometimes I would genuinely prefer to be murdered and eaten by deformed, …

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Growing Up Is NOT As Fun As I Thought It Would Be…

Okay, so, if you’re anything like me, you were rudely awakened one late afternoon at twenty-one-years-old to the sound of your mom coming home from work and complaining that you hadn’t even gotten out of bed yet. As you pulled on your stained sweatpants and tied your dirty hair back into a ponytail, you realized: I …

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