Sara Rosett

Author of the Mom Zone Series

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Sara Rosett
Born and raised in Amarillo, Texas, Sara Rosett has always loved to curl up with a good book. From her elementary school years she has wanted to write novels. The recipient of several scholarships, Sara attended Amarillo College. In 1989, she was named the Outstanding English Major. Sara completed her English degree at Texas Tech University, graduating summa cum laude.

Her marriage to an Air Force pilot has taken her to central and southern California, Texas, Washington state, Alabama, Oklahoma, and Georgia. Sara has worked as a credit processor, a staff reporter for two Air Force base newspapers, and a researcher and writer for the Citizen Ambassador Program of People to People International. She and her family have moved nine times—giving her plenty of expertise to write Moving Is Murder.

Her husband served as a pilot in the Air Force for nine years on active duty and is still a pilot with the Air Force Reserve. He is stationed at Robins AFB, Georgia, where he works at the Air Force Reserve Command Headquarters. Sara is involved with the Reserve Spouses organization there.

Her work has appeared in Harbinger, Texas Tech University's Journal of the International English Honor Society, Simple Pleasures of Friendship (Conari Press, 2003), Simple Pleasures of the Kitchen (Conari Press, 2005), Chicken Soup for the Military Wife's Soul (HCI April 2005), and Mystery Readers Journal (Vol. 21, No. 2, 2005). Moving is Murder won Best of Show in the 2002 Frontiers in Writing Contest and the second book in the Mom Zone series was a quarter-finalist in the New Century Writing Awards of 2003. Sara lives in Bonaire, Georgia (near Macon) with her husband, two children (9 and 6), and two dogs.

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