Sarah Ratliff spent over two decades in the corporate world in a variety of marketing, project management and administrative roles. Today Sarah feels fortunate to call herself a corporate America escapee turned eco-organic farmer, writer (both ghostwriting and for bylines), activist, serial entrepreneur and published book author.
Her latest book, Sarah's Tips for Preparedness: Minimizing the Impact of a Natural Disaster is now available on Kindle and in paperback in both English and Spanish. They're tips based on the last ten years she and her husband have spent preparing for a hurricane. When Hurricane Maria hit on September 20, 2017, they felt very prepared but like most things in life, there's nothing like the real thing. Some of the tips are ones they learned during the hurricane and in its aftermath.
Along with 10-time published author, Bryony Sutherland, she is the co-author of the book Being Biracial: Where Our Secret Worlds Collide—an anthology of essays written by people in the global Multiracial Community. It is available in paperback and eBook from Amazon.com and Amazon.co.uk.
In general, when Sarah Ratliff is writing for pleasure, her writing focuses on organic farming, addiction, racial equality, feminism, geopolitics—especially if it relates to Puerto Rico—and medical marijuana. Sarah and her husband own an eco-organic, self-sustaining farm with goats, fowl, tropical fruit trees and bamboo. To learn more about Sarah, please visit her about page.
When she is in a playful mood and is paying close attention life going on around her in Puerto Rico, Sarah adds them to the Musings From Her Puerto Rico Homestead page.