Searching for Saffron


Anna Collins thought she had everything that mattered—until, one day, she doesn’t. Her superior, sheltered little world is yanked from beneath her feet. So with one swift spin of the globe, she takes a chance and begins her journey, wandering from country to country across the globe.

With each person she meets—whether they be young, old, male, female, proper, pensive, spontaneous, or spiritual—Anna’s comprehension of what she wants, and what she thought she knew about the world, is exposed.


— Reviews —

A GREAT STORY OF TRAVELING AND CHANGE. It’s foundation is typical… but it doesn’t read in a typical way. Told through vignettes…, you have to pay attention to see Anna’s transformation. The character development is descriptive and fun; there’s no way you can get bored. The last few pages absolutely make this book for me. I don’t want to give it away, but it ties together an otherwise fragmented story so beautifully.
— “Chiclet” via

A GREAT COMBINATION OF STORIES. It flows nicely between the different people that the main character meets and what she takes away from each interaction. I’m looking forward to what this author has to offer in the future!
— “Calsea” via