About and Contact

Author of the Amazon Bestselling Xoe Meyers Fantasy Series. Born and raised in the dusty desert, now residing in the Land of Enchantment as far away from the humans as possible.

Fun Fact: My last name Roethle is pronounced “ray-thlee”, but is technically German and should not be pronounced that way at all. “Xoe”, the main character of my main series, is pronounced like it starts with a Z and rhymes with toe. It also probably should not be pronounced that way.

308 thoughts on “About and Contact

  1. Hello, Miss, “Ray-Thlee”, (haha). Thank you for stopping by our site, it seems you are doing quite well here. Thank you again, and much success to you and your future endeavors.

  2. Hi, Sara. Thanks for the ‘follow’. Your writing looks great. Got to love a bit of YA horror written with wit! Trying to get a YA novel of my own published, so it’s great to see someone else being successful in the genre. Best of luck and look forward to reading you 🙂 P.S Will look for you on Goodreads too x

  3. Good thing you’re only a part time unicorn – that would be uncomfortable full time. Thanks so much for the follow -I appreciate it – now I’ll take a look around!

  4. Part-time unicorn? [grin] That should make for an interesting story. Thanks for the follow. I’ll be keeping an eye on your blog, too. Wish I could offer my services regarding YA, but the whole genre befuddles me. I think maybe I’m afraid of young readers!

  5. Thanks for liking my article and following my blog, much appreciated :). It’s interesting that your last name is kind of German. I’m German, although I have to say it’s a very unusual one ;). Hope to get the chance to read/review one of your books in the near future.

    1. It is in fact German! Though the pronunciation is not ;p. Also I really enjoyed looking at your blog! Lots of books I’ve never heard of, but will definitely be looking into.

      1. More reviews coming up shortly, as my articles are usually about movies and games (therefore some games-related books). But I’ll try to pick the unusual ones as well.
        Thanks for stopping by and I’ll sure do the same:)

  6. Thanks so much for the visit on my little blog! Never heard of the series but now I’m glad I did 😀 I’ll definitively check them out. German name? .. I never heard Roethle as name around here, but if you say so (Now I’m curious. How come that you have a “technically German name”? 😀

    Tüdeldüü :))

  7. Hi! Thanks for liking my Wishlist of March. I’ve never came across a published author on WordPress, exciting! 😀 Also thanks for your follow on Anverelle. The website is brand-new, hope you like it ^^ Good luck on your blog and with your books!

  8. Thank you very much for following my blog. I will be posting regularly on life, experiences and sometimes opinions which are common to humankind. My next posts will be ‘The happiness series’. My book is due for launch in June 2015 which is an adventure thriller, a part of which I have posted on my blog under the title “6 Bananas”. I will download your book and read it though I don’t read or watch the horror genre. There is enough in real life … 🙂

  9. Hello Sara, thank you for visiting my blog, and following. You are very generous with Xoe, I downloaded it and will read soon, I like to read YA. Following back now. 🙂

  10. Here in Noo Zeeland we pronounce ‘Zoe’ as ‘Zo-eee’ (all in one and not quite so long—a wee bit of phonetic licence there) 🙂

    That spear looks like something out of Frozen—did Disney miss a trick here?

      1. Wow! You’re the second one to say your reader led you to me. I’m new to WordPress and am just getting the hang of how it works.

        Thanks again for following.

      2. Haha, wordpress is great. I’ve “met” so many wonderful people on here, and it’s fun to see a diverse range of opinions on things. Good luck with figuring it all out! 🙂

  11. Thanks for following me (as uttered by many others)! You seem like a plenty cool person and I wish good luck upon your endeavors (as well as mine haha).

  12. Thanks so much for visiting my blog. Question: Are the author part and part time unicorn part of you separate or are there times when the unicorn is, in fact, the author? Really like the title of your blog. Have a happy day in the Land of Enchantment – sounds like a great place to be.

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