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Macabre themes fascinate her because of their tendency to stay with readers long after the book has been closed, but the joy in short fiction is the opportunity to try out all kinds of genres. Good writing is good writing, after all, no matter what clothes it wears. Sarah loves to read anthologies. She is obsessed with all things nerdy: Sherlock, Doctor Who, Harry Potter.
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