About Sara Trimble

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Hey everyone! I’m Sara Trimble.

Welcome to my website. I’m so glad you stopped by. Let me take a bit of time to introduce myself before you start exploring. I know there’s a lot to see so I won’t take up too much of your time.

Meet Sara Trimble

Meet freelance writer Sara Trimble

My name is Sara Trimble and I am a full time freelance writer and blogger. I work with multiple clients to produce a variety of different content.

As a freelancer, I get to spend my days working in all different niches – that’s specific areas of expertise if you’re new to the writing world – and different formats.

It’s crazy how many articles I’ve written. I’ll be posting an Excel sheet that keeps an up-to-date account of all the articles I’ve written.

Most of these articles won’t be available to read since I do a lot of ghostwriting – writing content for someone else to use under their own name.

But the list will be divided into format and niche, that way I can provide a running count of the different types of writing I do. It’s easier to show off an Excel sheet than to list a dozen opportunities in an email or resume and have your content all puffy and hard to ready.

Until I get the list compiled, you can still see a lot of my work by checking out my Portfolio page. I provide links to all the different places I’m published on the web, as well as a few articles I use as samples for potential clients.

Keep up with current blog posts about freelancing as a career by checking out this link to my website.

Sara Trimble’s Writing Background

I have been in the writing industry since 2005. I started out with writing short stories and romance novels.

I’ve also worked as a columnist for a magazine. I loved this job because I got to interview some amazing Best Selling Authors from the New York Time’s List. Don’t believe me?

Check out links under Portfolio, to see where I was first starting out in my writing career and had zero idea what I was doing. It includes interviews with authors, links to my work, and book reviews I completed.

I even have links to some of my old short stories I wrote for a ton of writing competitions. If you’re trying to start out in the writing industry, there’s a lot you can learn from me.

Connect With Me

I’m found all over the web. I have accounts on all major social media sites and I love connecting with my readers and other freelancers – new or established.

If you aren’t already, be sure you’re subscribing to my blog. I know it’s a bit empty right now but since I’ve switched gears in my writing career, again, I now have to develop new content to flesh out my website to match my new path.

Are you a writer? Want to get featured on an established blog? Shoot over to my Contact Me page and send me an email. I love hearing from new people.

And you certainly don’t want to miss what I share on social media. I provide great resources, funny memes, my blog posts, inspirational posts and more. There’s no telling what you’ll see me post. It’s something different every time so you don’t want to miss out. Just follow the social bar to all my media profiles.

6 Comments Add yours

  1. Kat Ward – I publish the online magazine Hometown Pasadena at http://Hometown-Pasadena.com. I have one novel "Amy's Own" available as an ebook or in print form. I have received my first "Edited by" credit for the amazing self-help workbook "Where Are You Stuck? A 21-Day Writing Exploration" by Lori Bertazzon. I am also working to promote Kevin Bertazzon's "ISMS: A Faery Mobster Story," an incredible illustrated and and narrated story App and iBook. I have had a photography company (http://www.katward.com/) for over a decade, primarily shooting actors' headshots, specializing in children (cuz they're a blast), business and publicity photos, school pictures and family portraits. I am currently working on my new novel "Keeping Sane, and Other Aspirations."
    Kat Ward says:

    Did I read that correctly? You are a mother of five children at the age of 26? Wow. I commend you; I can hardly handle being the mother of one teenager and I’m 49. You sound very busy and accomplished. I look forward to reading your book, and congratulations!

    1. Sara Trimble – 7289-7983 State Highway 15, Oakland, TN 38060, USA – Since I was little, I’ve always been a people person. I started out early with providing entertainment in the form of short stories. By the time I was in high school, I’d won multiple writing contests and was working for the school newspaper and yearbook. Right out of high school, I started working on novels. I currently have three novels self-published on multiple distribution sites, as well as two novellas. I’ve worked as a magazine columnist doing interviews with authors who have been featured on best selling lists. I’ve also worked for multiple review companies, as well as featured multiple authors on my blog. I now work as a general freelance writer, covering a wide genre of topics, based on my client’s requests. I do blog posts, articles, academic articles, how-to articles, lists, personal essays, fiction, and research. In addition to writing, I also have experience with social media marketing. I’ve spent the last three years helping various business owners promote their businesses. I’ve been involved in helping them set up websites, social media sites, blogs, business cards, logos, tag lines, and advertising in local newspapers and locations. I’ve also helped owners determine sales prices, how to deal with disgruntled or unsatisfied customers, how to determine and meet customers needs, how to analyze sales patterns, and offered suggestions for how to run promotions to increase sales.
      Sara says:

      Yep. I have 5 children. Two of them are my stepchildren but I still claim them as my very own. Thanks so much.

      Sara Trimble
      http://saratrimble.wordpress.com
      http://www.saratrimble.com
      http://www.facebook.com/authorsaratrimble

  2. jconway3 – Chicago
    James Conway says:

    I just recently published my debut coming of age novel The Vagabond King on Kindle and was wondering if you would care to do a review as well as an interview?

    When his mother dies and he discovers the man he believed was his father is not, sixteen year old Chris is haunted by a mysterious apparition that forces him to question his pampered existence and embark upon a quest to find himself. Hoping she will “make a man of him”, he seeks sanctuary in the home of Magda, a middle aged waitress with a penchant for sex, only to discover she lives with her father, a cigarette smoking, beer swilling immigrant.

    Chris hates his shabby new surroundings at the end of the street and the shabby old man at the end of his life who spends his days listening to old blues records and making Chris fetch him fresh cans of beer. But, when the old man tells tales of Communism, torture, escape and the mysterious medallion he wears, Chris learns that, like the old man’s skipping records, history repeats itself and the roles we play have been played many times before.

    I appreciate your consideration.

    1. Sara Trimble – 7289-7983 State Highway 15, Oakland, TN 38060, USA – Since I was little, I’ve always been a people person. I started out early with providing entertainment in the form of short stories. By the time I was in high school, I’d won multiple writing contests and was working for the school newspaper and yearbook. Right out of high school, I started working on novels. I currently have three novels self-published on multiple distribution sites, as well as two novellas. I’ve worked as a magazine columnist doing interviews with authors who have been featured on best selling lists. I’ve also worked for multiple review companies, as well as featured multiple authors on my blog. I now work as a general freelance writer, covering a wide genre of topics, based on my client’s requests. I do blog posts, articles, academic articles, how-to articles, lists, personal essays, fiction, and research. In addition to writing, I also have experience with social media marketing. I’ve spent the last three years helping various business owners promote their businesses. I’ve been involved in helping them set up websites, social media sites, blogs, business cards, logos, tag lines, and advertising in local newspapers and locations. I’ve also helped owners determine sales prices, how to deal with disgruntled or unsatisfied customers, how to determine and meet customers needs, how to analyze sales patterns, and offered suggestions for how to run promotions to increase sales.
      Sara says:

      Hi James. I’ve been without internet for some time now and I just received this comment. I’d be happy to do a review and interview. Did you have a time frame in mind? I usually have a review written within three to four weeks.

  3. re: book review request by award-winning author

    Dear Sara,

    I’m an award-winning author with a new book of fiction out this fall. Ugly To Start With is a series of thirteen interrelated stories about childhood published by West Virginia University Press.

    Can I interest you in reviewing it?

    If you write me back at johnmcummings@aol.com, I can email you a PDF of my book. If you require a bound copy, please ask, and I will forward your reply to my publisher. Or you can write directly to Abby Freeland at:

    Abby.Freeland@mail.wvu.edu

    My publisher, I should add, can also offer your readers a free excerpt of my book through a link from your blog to my publisher’s website:
    http://wvupressonline.com/cummings_ugly_to_start_with_9781935978084

    Here’s what Jacob Appel, celebrated author of
    Dyads and The Vermin Episode, says about my new collection: “In Ugly to Start With, set in the eastern panhandle of West Virginia, Cummings tackles the challenges of boyhood adventure and family conflict in a taut, crystalline style that captures the triumphs and tribulations of small-town life. He has a gift for transcending the particular experiences to his characters to capture the universal truths of human affection and suffering–emotional truths that the members of his audience will recognize from their own experiences of childhood and adolescence.”

    My short stories have appeared in more than seventy-five literary journals, including North American Review, The Kenyon Review, Alaska Quarterly Review, and The Chattahoochee Review. Twice I have been nominated for The Pushcart Prize. My short story “The Scratchboard Project” received an honorable mention in The Best American Short Stories 2007.

    I am also the author of the nationally acclaimed coming-of-age novel The Night I Freed John Brown (Philomel Books, Penguin Group, 2009), winner of The Paterson Prize for Books for Young Readers (Grades 7-12) and one of ten books recommended by USA TODAY.

    For more information about me, please visit:
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/John_Michael_Cummings

    Thank you very much, and I look forward to hearing back from you.

    Kindly,

    John Michael Cummings

  4. My latest novel, Valerie’s Retreat, is now available from Amazon on Kindle, and I would like to invite you (if you love romantic thrillers) to read and review this novel. Here is a blurb:

    Valerie, a 40-ish Head Teller at a bank, has met Franco, 16 years younger and studying for a doctorate in archaeology. He is stunned yet eager to begin a relationship with this attractive “cougar”, and they become lovers. Their lives begin to unravel when Valerie’s female bisexual boss makes advances (and threats) toward Valerie and Franco is accused of the theft of an Incan artifact from a museum where he has been working part-time. Frustrated, under surveillance by the FBI, and seeing no way out of their dilemma, they decide to steal money from Valerie’s bank and flee the country. They go to Peru to start a new life, but they find there the same type of corruption and threats. How can they escape their nightmares and make their dreams come true?

    If you are interested in reading and reviewing this novel, please email me at rinald47@hotmail.com for a free copy. Don’t forget to tell me what format you prefer (.mobi, .pdf, or .doc). Thanks!

    Joseph Rinaldo

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