Author Archive: Sarah W. Caron
Have you seen the latest issue of Connecticut Magazine? Inside, you will find a thrilling article about the pirates who trolled the waters of the Long Island Sound — including some famous ones like Captain Kidd. It was a thrill to bring two of my passions together: writing and pirate history. Pick up your copy […]
These babies? They are Pizza Wontons. These crispy little baked appetizers are a perfect game day food for parties. Come on, you know you want them. This is the latest recipe that I’ve contributed to a fantastic website for women who are mothers. Over the summer, I joined the fabulous team of writers at Momtastic, […]
Better Blog Writing: How to Improve Your Writing to Keep Readers Coming Back for More is a guide to improving your writing, finding inspiration for your blog posts and ensuring that your words always shine. It’s filled with tips, advice and reader perspectives, as well as a whole section on writing prompts to get those […]
Springtime is big for writing conferences, and I am so excited to be attending several over the next few months. Speaking Engagements, Spring 2013 Type-A Advanced, Philadelphia – April 20, 2013 The theme of this conference is Profit — as in how to make it, how to increase it and what to do with it. […]
On December 14, 2012, our quiet community was shattered by horrific violence. My son was among the survivors at Sandy Hook School. Amid my shock and grief, I found great solace in writing about it. These are the articles that appeared following that awful day. A Connecticut Mom Shares Her Terror: “It Wasn’t a Shooting […]
Ooey gooey pumpkin cheesecake meets sweet break-apart monkey bread in this Pumpkin Cheesecake Monkey Bread recipe that I created for Pillsbury. It’s best served warm. This isn’t my first time working with monkey bread though. I also created a series of sweet and savory monkey bread recipes for Disney’s Amazing Moms .
In February, I took a chance and bounced a column idea off my editor at SheKnows.com. She loved the idea and immediately green lighted it. Every Wednesday, Chasing the Dream appears on SheKnows Parenting. The column is an inspirational and aspirational look at mothers who are going after their life dreams — and the essential […]
After months of searching for just the right quote art to have near my desk, I finally realized the only way I would find the perfect art would be to make it myself. This project initially appeared on Sarah by the Sea and then was also picked up (with fresh photos!) by allParenting.com.