Sarah Winn was born in Kansas. She resided for a time in both Hawaii and California but is now firmly settled in her adopted native state of North Carolina. After a thirty-year career in scientific research, she became a full-time writer of romance fiction.
To date, she has published three historical novels, one of which won the Eppie as the best historical romance of 2003. Another published romance is a time/travel with a contemporary setting. In the midst of doing research for historicals, it dawned on her that she could take advantage of her education and working experience in the sciences by writing a science fiction romance. Of course, there's a lot of difference between food science and space travel, so she still had to research.
Sarah found that combining science fiction and romance provides unique opportunities for exploring the development of loving relationships. By creating new worlds, she could change human characteristics in ways that emphasize the adjustments needed when two people fall in love and seek to combine their lives.
She also found other fun things to do in science fiction, such as calling on her food science background to create unique food for the inhabitants of her fictional planet.
- Passionate Warriors
Sarah WinnOn a planet ravaged by plague, Argo Stallon finds himself in the position of assimilating into his society enemy females... More
- The Silver Heiress
Sarah WinnAll Victoria Chandler wants to do is marry a gentleman of quality and live in comfort in a cosmopolitan city.... More
- Trust in Love
Sarah WinnFrontier schoolmarm, Eliza Scoggins, is willing to give her life to protect her students during an Indian attack. An... More
Sarah won the 2003 Eppie for the best historical romance.
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You can read more about Sarah's work at www.sarahwinn.com