Touched: Reality Series Book 2

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I hope you enjoy reading it as much as I did writing it.

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Goji Book Release & Signing!

THIS Saturday!

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I will be signing copies of Goji with cover model Liana Wroblewski (AKA Calista Barron)!
I will also have copies of Falken’s Woods available.


Falken’s Woods – YA Novel

My novel is getting Rave Reviews...

After losing her mother, Regina Holler moves to a small town with her estranged Aunt Liddy. In between making soap and learning about her peculiar family history, Regina stumbles across two brothers with problems of their own. Jason and Landon swear that the woods she wanders through aren’t haunted, but it seems the ghosts of Regina’s past are set on colliding with the ghosts of Falken’s Woods.

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Falken’s Woods YA Novel – Available now! Read reviews of Sara-Beth’s 1st novel and pick up a copy today!

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Sara-Beth loves coffee, reading, and gardening. She also loves to collect tattoos and even has a rendition of her 1st novel’s cover tattooed on her arm.

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Beyond a Simple Plot Line…

“Sara-Beth Cole’s debut novel, Falken’s Woods is the kind of young adult novel I love, one that goes beyond a simple plot line and deals with issues that truly matter to young people. I was expecting an entertaining ghost story, and found that this novel is so much more than that! Regina’s struggle to deal with her mother’s death was sensitively handled here, and in a way that I believe many young readers will identify with. The novel is thoroughly engaging, beautifully paced, and peopled with characters I care about. Sara-Beth Cole is a talented writer, and I look forward to her future works!”

-Robin Hudechek

Looking Forward to Reading More…

“Beautifully written. Engaging characters and story line. Perfect novel for young adults learning to decipher what matters and what doesn’t when it comes to friends and family…and learning how to cope with losing a loved one. Terrific story. Looking forward to reading more of this author’s works.”


Writing is on Par…

“Falken’s Woods is an excellent young adult novel that reminded me of the young adult novels of my young adulthood (mostly those written by Christopher Pike). The subject matter is suitable for young adults, but the tone and intelligence behind the writing is on par with any regular adult novel, making it a much better read than some of the other popular YA novels lately (Beautiful Creatures comes to mind. I couldn’t even finish that series). Each of the characters are well-developed and everything about them feels natural and real, like they truly exist somewhere. I think that is the mark of a talented author, and I can’t wait to see what she comes up with next.

-Theresa Ellis”

Excellent and Entertaining Read…

“Falken’s Woods is an engaging novel that once started is hard to put down. It is a fast read that keeps moving; you just want to keep reading to see what is going to happen next. The characters deal with common issues that young adults face including young love, social stigma and scrutiny; but, also how a young girl feels when she loses her mother and has to move away from the home she grew up in. The ghost story aspect is icing on the cake! Sara-Beth Cole’s insight is remarkable and Regina is a very relatable character to anyone who has lost a loved one. Ms. Cole’s writing style also helps you love and enjoy the quirky character, Landon. While Jason appears to be the star and most favored of the two brothers, I saw Landon as a diamond in the rough and shouldn’t be overlooked. This book is an excellent and entertaining read and will definitely be recommended to others.”


Sincere and Engaging…

“I found the characters in Falken’s Woods to be sincere and engaging. Regina’s exploration of the woods and herself were honest and well written. I loved it so much I wanted to keep my copy to read again so I bought a second to share with a friend!”