Hello, I’m Sarah Robbie, a cat lover, left-handed author who prefers beer over wine and spirits. I’ve been writing novels since I was 10. I don’t know, why I started to write so young, I guess even then I thought reality’s (especially school) boring.
I’ve been attracted to supernatural beings since I was a kid. In the beginning, I wrote about ghosts, vampires became the central figures in my stories later, which is probably due to the influence of the television series “Buffy, the Vampire Slayer” and the “Supernatural”. Even though they both ended, I still watch them over and over again. Yeah, I know, weird, but I’m an addict, and I’m not sorry. 😀
Interestingly, though, when it comes to reading, horror novels aren’t on my menu: for some reason, I prefer to read crime fiction. My absolute faves are Leslie L. Lawrence and Jo Nesbo.
Phaedra Colt – Repugno was born eleven years ago, and although I wanted to publish it, I was always waiting for the right moment, which of course never came. The only good thing that has happened to me in the pandemic caused by the coronavirus is that it made me realize that I have nothing left to wait for, nothing to lose, and my fear of failure is unnecessary. We must live bravely, otherwise, there is no point.
I’m planning to write and publish more Phaedra Colt books, it’ll be a 6 books series. I’m really attached to the characters, I have a lot of ideas, new characters in my mind, and I wanna explain deeper how I picture vampires and other supernatural beings, especially how I imagine their origins. Buckle up, it’s gonna get crazy!
When I don’t write, I design. I love it, this is another way to express myself. I also designed the cover of Repugno, about it you can read here more. I also create most of the illustrations related to Phaedra Colt.
Have you ever heard: “Don’t judge a book by its cover”? I bet you have. People only say that because the truth is, everyone judges a book by its cover! Even if you have written the best story ever, it will never become a bestseller with a bad cover. Your book’s cover design will tell […]