Meet the Author

Sarah Munn is a student-journalist. She will be attending university in September and plans on becoming a novelist in the near future. She enjoys writing, traveling, and great food. The intent of this blog is to showcase her writing abilities and to obtain feedback on her work.

The section “Tropical Chronicles” focuses on her experiences living in Micronesia (specifically Yap and Palau) and the Caribbean (specifically St. Lucia).

Check out the blog’s Facebook page to become a fan:!/pages/Elilai-Petals/134796119871862


7 Comments Add your own

  • 1. potofcallaloo  |  February 7, 2010 at 7:57 pm

    Looking forward to reading your blogs Sarah!:)

    • 2. sarahmunn  |  February 9, 2010 at 8:21 pm

      Thanks for that Alisha, and thanks for your other comments too.

  • 3. cheryl  |  February 9, 2010 at 5:04 pm

    Keep up the good work Sarah…captivating reads – like a “mini” holiday ! Look forward to reading your books one day

  • 5. Henry Norman  |  February 23, 2010 at 1:20 am

    Sarah, I am truly impressed! Great writing! You have talent indeed, best of luck to you in your continued journalistic efforts! Your blogs brought me right back to Yap, with all the party trimmings!

    I remember one guy from Fanif, he enjoyed eating turkey tails raw… Ugh!

    We’re going to Yap for a few weeks real soon now (probably in April), it’ll be great to see all old friends again!

    You may enjoy reading my article about mangrove crabs, download via this link (my online file folder at

    Please give my best to Caroline and Bill and lil’ sis (is she still the silliest thing around?)! We miss you all!


    Henry Norman & Kim Seok Ha

    • 6. sarahmunn  |  February 23, 2010 at 9:03 am

      Thank you Henry! I’m glad I’ve been able to bring you back to the islands with my writing.
      Ugh, I can’t imagine eating turkey tails raw!!
      Enjoy your trip back. Please take a lot of pictures! Maybe I could even borrow some of them for future blog posts about Yap? =)
      I’ll take a look at your article for sure. I love mangrove crab!
      I’ll say hi to everybody for you. And yes, Amy is still the silliest thing around!
      Thanks again for the comment. I’m writing as frequently as I can, so keep checking back for more posts!
      xoxoxox Sarah

  • 7. Fredy Gull  |  July 8, 2010 at 11:15 pm

    Good job Sarah, keep up the good work.
    ps. Turkey tail Sashimi is quit common, must taste like a spoon
    of Crisco mixed with soy.


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