Sarah Glenn Marsh

young adult
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Fear the Drowning Deep: 353×546 | 1650×2550
Dread the Harvest Moon: 450×675 | 1800×2700
Reign of the Fallen: 200×300 | 1650×2575
Song of the Dead: 200×300 | 1650×2475

Selfie Sebastian: 300×294 | 1000×981
A Campfire Tale: 300×300 | 2000×2000
Ninita’s Big World: 300×270 | 1024×922
The Bug Girl: 242×300 | 1024×922
Alice Across America: 300×300 | 2560×2560
Anna Strong: A Spy During the American Revolution: 243×300 | 2606×3220
Diabetes Doesn’t Stop Maddie: 245×300 | 625×765

Author photos horizontal and vertical #1-2: photo credit to Stephanie Dennehy Photography

 

Long Bio

Sarah Glenn Marsh is an author of young adult novels including the Reign of the Fallen series and the Fear the Drowning Deep series, as well as children’s picture books like A Campfire Tail, Ninita’s Big World (an Amazon Best Book of 2019), and many more. An avid fantasy reader from the day her dad handed her a copy of The Hobbit and promised it would change her life, she’s been making up words and worlds ever since. She lives in Virginia with her husband, daughter, and their tiny zoo of four rescued sighthounds, two birds, and many fish.

When she’s not writing, she’s often found in the pottery studio, volunteering her time to sighthound rescue, raising awareness about Type 1 diabetes, or engaged in nerdy pursuits from video games to tabletop adventures. You can visit her online at www.sarahglennmarsh.com, and follow her on Twitter @SG_Marsh.

 

Short Bio

Sarah Glenn Marsh is an author of several young adult novels including the Reign of the Fallen series. She is also the author of almost a dozen picture books including A Campfire Tail, Ninita’s Big World: The True Story of a Deaf Pygmy Marmoset (an Amazon Best Book of 2019), and the Junior Library Guild selection Dragon Bones: The Fantastic Fossil Discoveries of Mary Anning. She lives with her husband, daughter, and menagerie of pets in Richmond, Virginia. Find her at www.sarahglennmarsh.com.

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