With her first song published at the age of twelve, Sarah Sadler had a pretty good notion early on that words would be her compass. Nurtured by a wildly creative family full of opera singers, inventors, pianists, hippies, preachers, pageant girls, master gardeners, world travelers, and fellow writers, Sarah explored every gamut of where words and their possibilities could take her.
A fourth-generation North Carolinian, Sarah’s family moved to Jackson Hole, Wyoming when she was nine (where an insatiable love of the Wild West was born) before returning to Nashville, Tennessee where much of her writing is influenced by the rich cultural distinction of being born a southern woman.
At the age of nineteen, Sarah signed to Nashville-based Essential Records and released her self-titled, debut record in 2002. Teaming up with her father, Gary Sadler, to co-write and produce, she released her second album, Where It Started, on Audioluxe Records in 2008.
In 2015, her first novel, Southern Solstice, was published.
Sarah lives in Nashville with her husband and their young son. When she's not writing books and songs, she's riding horses.