Sarah Frank is a 15-year-old author, poet, and basketball player from Tampa, Florida. She attends Howard W. Blake High School of the Arts, where she studies creative writing and journalism. One Chance, Sarah’s first novel, was originally handwritten in a red notebook while she was in the fifth grade.
Besides reading books and catching up on her favorite shows, such as Shark Tank. Sarah spends part of her summer at the University of South Florida attending the Writers Camps sponsored by the Tampa Bay Area Writing Project (TBAWP), a chapter of the National Writing Project.
In addition to One Chance, Sarah has published a book of poems titled, What Really Happened in Elementary School! Super Silly Poems Scribbled in a Notebook. Currently, she is working on Two Secrets, which is Book Two in the One Chance Series. Two Secrets will be out in September 2019.
Inspired by the strength, courage, and perseverance of her younger brother (Micah), children’s book author Mackenzie Snell began to write about his adventures to share them with the world, and perhaps at the same time, shed light on Micah’s condition and generate support of organizations like Micah’s Miles and other similar causes.