Sarah J. Sover writes fantasy crossover stories. Fairy GodMurder, starring a fairy godmother with a vendetta and a killer pair of Doc Martens, is the first in her noir Fractured Fae Series from Falstaff Books. Sarah’s debut novel, Double-Crossing the Bridge, released from The Parliament House in 2019, hitting the Amazon bestseller list in humorous fantasy. Additionally, Sarah writes short fiction about bumbling knights and impossible baby krakens.
Don’t ask Sarah where she’s from if you’re looking for a straight-forward answer. In any given conversation, you may pick up a midwestern accent with random English pronunciations offset with a y’all or two. Despite all the places she’s lived, Sarah feels most like she’s come home when she visits family in Michigan.
A degree in Biology from Georgia Southern University and a background in animal care help Sarah craft worlds capable of turning the strongest stomachs. In addition to fiction, she’s written about worldbuilding with ecology for Dan Koboldt’s Putting the Fact in Fantasy and about her love of tropes for Writer’s Digest Magazine.
When she’s not writing, Sarah is busy raising two small tyrants with her husband Alex in John’s Creek, Ga. Rescue pup Gandalf the Grey and danger noodle Santana are freeloaders in their house. Sarah enjoys listening to groove metal, dancing to blues, creating art, binging superhero shows, battling through Hyrule, and sipping a good IPA. Having mostly conquered her fear of public speaking, she’s been found geeking out on panels for conventions such as Writer’s Digest, JordanCon, Multiverse, AtomaCon, and Monsterama.