Wednesday, December 31, 2014

Happy New Year!

I hope all of you had an excellent Holiday and are looking forward to a bright new year! I thought long and hard about this post. First I considered recapping all of the monumental events that happened to me last year: Publishing my first book and meeting so many outstanding new individuals that seemed to be the light guiding me through a dark publishing tunnel. Then I thought about just focusing on all the great things I have planned for next year: Introducing the sequel to my first book, starting new programs to help other authors on their way and hopefully scoring that illusive movie contract.

When it comes down to it though, the one thing that has been my rock, my support when things are good or bad is my family. I have been blessed with a happy and healthy family and I am proud to call them my very best friends. Sometimes I think I must already be in heaven because their love makes my world so bright. Don't get me wrong it is not a utopia. Sometimes we fight and argue, sometimes we disagree but we communicate and respect one another enough to solve those problems and grow stronger because of them. My story in my novel Day After Disaster is about a girl Erika who walks through the fires of hell to return home to her family and I would absolutely do no less for these wonderful individuals. So, on this New Years Eve I want to take a moment to say thank-you and encourage you to do the same with your loved ones, after all where would we be without their love and support?  

Sara F. Hathaway
Sara F. Hathaway is the author of the The Changing Earth Series: Day After Disaster and Without Land. She also hosts The Changing Earth Podcast which blends her fictional stories with educational survival tips. Sara grew up in the country where she developed a profound interest in the natural world around her. After graduating with honors from The California State University of Sacramento with a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration, she launched into a career in business management. In her fictional novels her research and experience with survival techniques and forgotten life-sustaining methods of the generations past come to the forefront in a action packed adventures. She has used her background in business management to pave new roads for fictional authors to follow and she delights in helping other achieve the same success. She currently lives with her husband and two sons in California where she is at work on the sequel to her first two novels. For more information and a free copy of “The Go-Bag Essentials” featuring everything you need to have to leave your home in a disaster visit:
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