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Presenting Debutante Sarah Jio and
The Violets of March

Presenting Debutante Sarah Jio and
The Violets of March

Lovely, dreamy, calming, and hopeful are all words that best describe Debutante Sarah Jio’s first novel, The Violets of March, being released tomorrow, April 26, 2011. Although a love story, the romance of the book is first found in a diary revealing a mystery of star-crossed lovers from 1943. Rather than time travel, the novel follows a time-bending exploration until the past and present convene to answer where the characters came from, who they are now, and what they will…

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Guest Sarah Jio — From Journalist to Novelist

Guest Sarah Jio — From Journalist to Novelist

[Although there are some born storytellers who become novelists, most novelists come from varied backgrounds that have inspired their storytelling. In today’s guest post, debut author Sarah Jio shares how being a journalist has fueled her creativity with enough ideas to write one novel, The Violets of March (coming April 26, 2011), and more.] From Journalist to Novelist As my first book, The Violets of March, makes its way into the world, I’ll tell you, honestly, that I’m a ball…

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The Revealing of Sarah Jio

The Revealing of Sarah Jio

Journalist and blogger Sarah Jio turns her attention to writing friction with the debut novel, The Violets of March coming April 26, 2011. In an intriguing one sentence, the book is described: A heartbroken woman stumbles upon a diary and steps into the life of its anonymous author. And the early Praise is impressive: “Mix a love story, history, and a mystery and what takes root? THE VIOLETS OF MARCH, a novel that reminds us how the past comes back…

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