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Sara Goff is available to speak at high schools and colleges, as well as women’s ministry events, sororities, homeless shelters, adult and teen retreats, writers' groups, and church events. She is open to bookings in the States and abroad. Her areas of focus include:

  • Reading from her novel I Always Cry at Weddings, plus the following discussion topics:

Getting on the Right Track After College or Which Track is Right?; "If Only" Jobs and the Ultimate Question: Do You Know What You Want From Life?; Finding Purpose at Any Age; Why Volunteer?; Returning to Unconditional Love; Letting Go of Fears and Learning to Trust; The Short Answer To a More Meaningful Life; and Learning to Respect Your Mistakes.

  • Writing themes, such as:

Your Long Writing Journey; Self-Discovery Through Writing; How Volunteer Work Taught Me to Write; Self-expression and the Power of the Written Word; Encouraging Students to Write; Writing Workshops; Impromptu Writing and Getting Over the Fear of Writing; Finding Yourself in Your Writing; and Finding Forgiveness through Writing.


For speaking engagements, email Sara at

For book information, contact WhiteFire Publishing


Related Articles and Events:

Keynote speaker for OPUS at Person to Person in Darien, CT - video coming

Sara reading at RiverRead Books in Binghamton, NY

Sara reading at St. Marks Bookshop in Manhattan

Becoming a Role Model ~ Two Keys to Success

4 Ways I Bring the Setting Alive in I Always Cry at Weddings

Finding Purpose...Far Away From Home

The Gift

A Hero

Comfortable to Compelled

How Do You Let God Work in Your Life?

How Does One Keep a Vow of Chastity?



"It was truly a pleasure to have Sara present for OZ LEADS. Her presentation was filled with passion, heart, and genuine reflection."

~Jerri D. Howland, Ph.D., Associate Vice President for Student Affairs and Dean of Students

"The students were still talking about [Sara's visit] the next class day and a number said they had bought her book. They were impressed with her openness and honesty about her writing journey. Sara helped them a lot."

~Robert O'Connor, Associate Professor at Oswego State University and author of "Buffalo Soldiers"

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