About Sara Bushway
Sara Bushway’s debut fiction novel is “Honey Beaumont: A Hero is Hard,” a dystopian fantasy full of magic, machines, and adventure in the old west. Being a hero is harder than Honey could have ever imagined, but at least he has his friends by his side to help him save the day.
Sara’s first poem was published in the anthology “A Celebration of Young Poets” when she was sixteen. Since then, she has written many more poems and several contest-winning short stories, some of which have been published in a collection called “Things As They Seem.” Sara has also been published in the scholarly gaming journal, The Journal of Gaming and Virtual Worlds.
With the recent release of her debut novel by 5310 Publishing, Sara looks forward to producing her next two novels in progress while working on getting her Master of Clinical Psychology and working as a Behavioural Health Specialist. Her current works in progress are a continuation and expansion on the tale of Little Red Riding Hood and a story about a teenaged boy trying to navigate the meat-grinder known as high school who is possessed by a demon.
About Bushway's Books
The Adventurer's Guild stands for justice and serves the common man, provided they can pay. With newfound skills and friends in tow, only one hero can find the strength and courage to return to the man who tried to destroy him and make things right for his people. This man is Honey Beaumont.