Sarah Fine, writing under the name SF Kosa, is a psychologist by training and a writer by passion. Though The Quiet Girl was her debut psychological suspense novel, she is the author of over two dozen fantasy, urban fantasy, sci-fi, and romance novels, some of which have been translated into other languages.
Among other things, Carter and Sarah discuss how she went from wanting to be a surgeon, to writing novels, being internally focused while writing their first book, and writing to feel the emotions of characters. At the end of their conversation, a sentence from David Wroblewski’s The Story of Edgar Sawtelle spurs a story about the psyche after something very traumatic.
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Connect with Sarah at www.sarahfinebooks.com