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Sebnem E. Sanders is a native of Istanbul, Turkey. Currently she lives on the eastern shores of the Southern Aegean where she dreams and writes Flash Fiction and Flash Poesy, as well as longer works of fiction. At the now closed Harper Collins website, Authonomy, she has workshopped her completed manuscript, The Child of Heaven, her debut book, which reached the Editors Desk in November 2014 and received a favourable review from Harper Collins. She also has two WIPs, The Child of Passion and The Lost Child.

Her flash stories have been published at the Harper Collins Authonomy BlogThe Drabble, Sick Lit Magazine, Twisted Sister Lit Mag, Spelk Fiction, The Bosphorus Review of Books, Three Drops from the Cauldron, The Rye Whiskey Review, CarpeArte Journal, YellowMama Webzine, and Punk Noir Magazine, and in two anthologies, Paws & Claws and One Million Project, Thriller Anthology.   (Publications/Credits). Her collection of short and flash fiction stories, Ripples on the Pond , was published in December 2017.


She finds Flash Fiction an inspiring exercise to create something new each week, in style and story, and to write concisely while improving her skills.

She is also active on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, LinkedIn, Scribophile, and Goodreads.






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11 thoughts on “About”

  1. Great to see you’ve taken the plunge and created this wonderful blog, Sebnem. Looking forward to reading more of your stories. x


  2. Woo hoo – go you good thing. Good to see you have a place on the web. I will adjust my website link to you accordingly in the coming days.

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  3. Don’t forget to place your novels on here as well – you are not just all about the flashing!

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  4. OK so I’m here now – what else can I look at?


  5. The rest is coming up soon. Thank you very much for dropping by and having a look. 🙂 x


  6. Growing nicely Seb, like the new picture and all the new menus – Well done


  7. Nice site, Seb. Thanks for the share.

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