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Sara Codair_Earth Reclaimed

About Earth Reclaimed

When non-binary seventeen-year-old Seren becomes an ambassador, they’re forced to face their greatest fear: magic. By drawing power from rivers and lakes, Seren is left vulnerable to being controlled by the Mother Earth. Seren is desperate to avoid using magic, but a faction of fascist will do anything to start a war between mages and scientist, including killing Seren, the one mage who sees the value of science.

Outnumbered and outgunned, Seren must use magic to live long enough to reach the negotiations. As they struggle to survive assassination attempts, the sentient planet gets in Seren’s head and uses Seren to give humanity a warning: maintain peace or face extinction.

Shutting out Mother Earth could be the end of all humans. Letting Her in would mean becoming Mother Earth’s puppet, killing anyone opposed to Her. Seren must negotiate peace between mages and scientists, before Mother Earth drowns them all.

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About Distant Gardens

From terraformed outposts to magical realms, journey to worlds where deadly plants, rampant biodiversity, or failed terraforming have created irresistible opportunities for those brave enough to seize them.

New worlds, found family, mystical secrets, and deadly science weave together in this lesbian-centric anthology focusing on a very different kind of first time—a first encounter with a world, or being, entirely unlike our own.

If you like diverse stories with lesbian heroines practicing science, magic, and seduction, buy Distant Gardens today from book retailers.

The Evanstar Chronicles: Being hunted by Demons isn’t the worst part; it’s the lies.


Power Surge

Erin has just realized that for the entirety of their life, their family has lied to them. Their Sight has been masked for years, so Erin thought the Pixies and Mermaids were hallucinations. Not only are the supernatural creatures they see daily real, but their grandmother is an Elf, meaning Erin isn’t fully human. On top of that, the dreams Erin thought were nightmares are actually prophecies.


While dealing with the anger they have over all of the lies, they are getting used to their new boyfriend, their boyfriend’s bullying ex, and the fact that they come from a family of Demon Hunters. As Erin struggles through everything weighing on them, they uncover a Demon plot to take over the world.


Erin just wants some time to work through it all on their own terms, but that’s going to have to wait until after they help save the world.


Life Minus Me

Mel is half-Angel, but despite her ability to heal and read minds, she feels powerless to help anyone. When a prophecy shows a local pet supply store owner driving their car off a bridge, Mel sets out to stop it.


Baily, owner of Barks and Bits, is barely holding it together. Things keep going wrong, and their depression spirals out of control. Just as they start wondering if they’d be better off dead, a new friend provides a glimmer of hope. But is that enough to keep living?


Mel never thought saving Baily would be easy, but she can’t figure out when, where, or why Baily’s suicide will happen. As her confidence fades away, she wonders how she can help anyone when she needs so much help herself.

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Power Inversion

Do you have to be a monster to fight one?


Erin Evanstar is a demon hunter, a protector of humanity from nightmarish predators that feed on people’s fears and flesh. They are settling into their dual life of being a teen and hunting demons.


When a tentacled horror abducts Erin’s partner, José, Erin and their family go on the hunt to get him back. But Erin gets an ultimatum: help the Fallen Angels bring on the apocalypse or watch José die. Erin will do anything to save José, but fighting monsters comes with a grim price–becoming one themselves.

Hear what people are saying about Sara's writing

R.J Sorrento


“But what really grabbed me (like Codair’s other books) is the emotional core of the story. Erin’s journey deepens and their emotional wellbeing and strength are challenged in personal ways after receiving major news that seems to shatter them.“

R.J. Sorrento

William Tracy


“Power Surge is a great read, especially as it has a non-binary protagonist who’s not afraid to punch evil in the face. At the same time, they are a complex character with emotional problems.”

William Tracy 

From the Author's Blog...

A Lesson from 2021: Take a Break

As a writer, one of the biggest lessons I learned in 2021 was the importance of taking breaks.  For the past 6 or 7 years, I really hadn’t taken any breaks from writing. It was one short story to the next. One novel to the next. I’d alternate between revising and drafting, but I’d do…
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2021 Publication Recap

I think it’s a little too late now for an awards eligibility post, but I’ll still do a quick recap of my publications from 2021. It’s a pretty short list compared to when I used to write more short stories. I had two novelette’s published in an anthology called Distant Gardens. The first story is…
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Power Inversion by Sara Codair [Book Spotlight – Queer Urban Fantasy]

Check out this short interview with me along with a blurb and except from Power Inversion. If Power Inversion sounds good, but you haven’t read Power Surge yet, then grab a copy of Power Surge while it’s on sale for $0.99!
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Guest Post & Giveaway: Deleted ‘Power Inversion’ Scene by Sara Codair

Check out a deleted scene from Power Inversion as well as an excerpt from the published version!
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The Long Road to Power Inversion’s Publication

Once upon a time, I posted on this site at least once or twice a month, whether it was a book review, craft post, recipe, or something about teaching. Alas, it has been about six months since I posted any original content.  A lot has happened since then. The most exciting of all the things…
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Exclusive Cover Reveal: Power Inversion by Sara Codair

Check out the cover for Power Inversion, the next book in the Evanstar Chronicles!
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