Hello! I'm Sarah, a world-travelling, chocolate addicted, nature loving writer. My travelogue 'Adventures' is a wattpad featured story and my dystopian tale 'Survival' was featured on thePurgemovie's anarchy reading list this summer.

I'm currently working on Travel Drabbles, a piece with very short atmospheric chapters about my ongoing travels and the Survival sequel, Into Ruin is being posted on wattpad.

If you need a hand navigating the site, tips on getting noticed or improving your own stories, give me a shout, I'm more than happy to help out.

I'm lucky to be a part of such a vibrant and diverse community where I can chat with people from all corners of the world who share a love of great stories and writing.

I sincerely appreciate all new followers and supporters of my stories. I don't do follow backs for those who I've never e-met before mainly because I like to use my already crowded news feed and typically follow for users I've interacted with a bit more. I don't mean for it to come off as rude or pretentious, that's just my rational.

I generally accept reading requests, but please introduce yourself and your story :)

Happy wattpading! Don't be a stranger :)
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  • JoinedAugust 26, 2012

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Stories by Sarah
Travel Drabbles by Voyageavecmoi
Travel Drabbles Non-Fiction
After quitting our jobs, my partner and I hopped on a one way flight to Asia to spend six months exploring. Come along for the ride! Journey through historic and busy China, beachy and rural Thailand, temple-tastic...
Into Ruin by Voyageavecmoi
Into Ruin Adventure
Sequel to Survival. With the knowledge that civilization shattering natural disasters were orchestrated by a network of brash individuals, a community of survivors bands together to fight their power and influence...
Adventures in South East Asia by Voyageavecmoi
Adventures in South East Asia Non-Fiction
After spending a year teaching in Thailand, I made a decision to try travelling with only my quirky self to keep me company. My journey started in Myanmar where temple cycles and village treks exposed me to the pas...
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