Sarah’s Desk

“Faint hearts never won fair ladies.” 

Hi, I’m Sarah, and I am so glad you’re here! This is where I try to tell you a little bit about myself, so here goes.

Well, let’s see.

I am… 17 Years Young, a Freshman in College (I’m majoring in Agriculture Communication and International Affairs and hope to someday join the Foreign Agriculture Service), a Born-n-Bred Southern Girl (and I’ve called Georgia home my whole life!), a Born-Again Christian, (Secretly) a Hopeless Romantic, a Real Big Nerd, an Avid Reader, Hopelessly Addicted to Writing, a Big Sister, a Penny Pincher (Unless It’s a Bookstore, of Course!), an Agricultural Advocate, and a Frequent Public Speaker.

These lovely gentlemen are basically brothers to me; we served together this past school year on our local officer team. From right to left: Chandler Kyle, Sarah Spradlin, Viral Patel

These lovely gentlemen are basically brothers to me; we served together this past school year on our local officer team. From right to left: Chandler Kyle, Sarah Spradlin, Viral Patel

I love… Swords, Big Books (and I Cannot Lie), Knights in Shining Armor, Rainy Days, Deep Discussions, Meeting New People, FFA, Random Acts of Kindness, AHA! Moments, Tree-Climbing, Chit-Chatting It Up, Singing Along to the Radio, Long Car Rides, Adventure, Agriculture, Wiring, Sketching, Archery, Soundtrack Music, Playing Piano, Singing, Crazy Long Roleplaying Sessions, Feelz Wars, Fandoms (Too Many Fandoms), Helping Others, Leading, Serving, Fighting for the Kingdom.

I read… Medieval Fantasy, Christian Fiction, Sci-Fi, Dystopian Fiction, and YA. Honestly, I’ll pretty much read anything except for books that have unhappy endings. I do not so much like those.

I write… Poetry, Fanfiction, Novels, Medieval Fantasy, Christian Fiction, Sci-Fi, Dystopian Fiction, Historical Fiction, Speeches, Short-Stories, Blogs, and Non-Fiction.

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Kingsblade

Book One of the Heir Returning Trilogy

Synopsis:

What does it look like to truly, fully, and wholly follow Christ, and what are the consequences of merely believing? S. E. Spradlin wrestles with this question and many others about faith in her debut novel, Kingsblade, a Christian allegory set in the realm of Aérlas.

After the fall of the kings, nearly fifteen years ago, Aérlas, home and refuge to the greatest forces of Lightbearers in the realm: the Kotkaas Knights, the Aérlinian Scouts, and the legendary Champion of Elindr, fell into shadow and war. With no hope for rescue from the men of the west nor the fearsome legions of Fallehnbrath warriors, and with the King’s Champion presumed dead, the people lost faith and scattered. While some still stand against the Darkness, the old times of golden glory have passed away. Hidden within the Kotkaas, however, Leyrl of Cahlinmir, the living heir to the throne of Aérlas, has risen to the highest rank within the Knights: the Seer and Acting General. Blessed with King’s Sight—the ability to discern men’s hearts and walk in the spiritual realm, Leyrl must now untangle the web of corruption within the Hold and lead her people to war against the Darkness. With the mystery of the missing Kingsblade, the relentless onslaught of the Darkness, the responsibilities of her duties to the Kotkaas, and her struggle to sort out her own troubled heart, the young heir-apparent will have to trust in the God of her fathers, Elindr, to lead her onward, even into the seemingly eternal Darkness.

Status:

  • REWRITING (Summer 2015)
  • Outline in-progress
  • 1/30 chapters written

Estimated Date of CompletionFall of 2015

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