Sarah Collins Honenberger’s prize-winning fiction has appeared in Antietam Review, New Millenium, South Lit, The HooK, and other literary journals. Her recently released novel is Minding Henry Lewis., a rivertown novel about a drowning. Her Catcher, Caught novel is an Amazon best seller in Teens/Death & Dying and was a nominee for the Library of Virginia Fiction Award. It explores the same dilemmas facing Salinger's Holden Caulfield in a 21st century 16 year old boy's battle with leukemia. An excerpt from Catcher, Caught won third prize in the F. Scott Fitzgerald Conference Short Fiction Competition. Other novels by Honenberger: White Lies (2006) and Waltzing Cowboys (2009), both published by Cedar Creek Publishing. She holds an honorary membership in the Virginia Writers’ Club for her continued encouragement and support of other writers in addition to being a fellow with the Virginia Center for the Creative Arts. Her essay, ‘Gathering Rosebuds: A Manifesto for Working Women,’ landed her on an Oprah book club segment.