Sarah Bates' novel "The Lost Diaries of Elizabeth Cady Stanton" published in 2016. The story is a historical fiction account about the early life of Elizabeth Cady Stanton, a pioneer for women's rights. The novel won 2nd place in the 2014 San Diego Book Awards Best Unpublished Novel category.
In 2012, she published Twenty-One Steps of Courage, an Army action novel about a Sentinel Guard at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier and in 2005, along with co-author Carmi Cosmos, they published a collection of short stories entitled "Out of Our Minds, Wild Stories by Wild Women". She is currently editing a new novel due out in 2020.
Sarah's short fiction has appeared in the San Diego North County Times newspaper, in Bravura, the literary magazine of Palomar College and the Greenwich Village Literary Review. She is a writing tutor for the Palomar College English Department in San Marcos, California and writes full time
Bates is a former non-fiction writer with a background in marketing and advertising. As a contract writer, her contributions appeared in 30 do-it-yourself books for International Masters Publishers and Leisure Arts Publishing. Other freelance nonfiction work included business and travel newsletters, public relations releases, radio commercials, executive letters and speeches. She also wrote features for the Fallbrook/Bonsall Village News. While working there she won seven awards for journalism excellence from the Society of Professional Journalists, San Diego Pro Chapter.
Twenty-One Steps of Courage
- By: Sarah Bates
- Narrated by: Matthew Douglas Hill
- Length: 7 hrs and 23 mins
In 2006, with wars in the Middle East raging, Rod Strong enlists in the Army to seek the goal his father did not achieve when he tragically died in the Gulf War....
Excellent storyline - hope for more soon!
- By drhill on 01-12-14
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