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Sarah A. Hoyt was born on 18 November, 1962 in Águas Santas, Portugal, is a Writer.

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Age 58 years old
Zodiac Sign Scorpio
Born 18 November 1962
Birthday 18 November
Birthplace Águas Santas, Portugal

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The British Empire series takes place in a parallel world, where history from Charlemagne to Queen Victoria parallels ours but is actuated through the workings of magic and not by science and technology. The series consists of three books: Heart of Light, which takes place in Victorian Africa; Soul of Fire, which unfolds in India; and Heart and Soul, which enmeshes itself in the chaos of 19th century China.

More recently, she was featured on a podcast, The Future and You. Produced by Stephen Euin Cobb, the show featured Sarah de Almeida Hoyt, David Drake, Alan Dean Foster, Travis Taylor, and Stephen L Antczak. She was Guest of Honor at the 2019 LibertyCon.


Her novel Uncharted with Kevin J. Anderson won the Dragon Awards for Best Alternate History Novel in 2018. A review in Locus described it as “filled with not only slambang adventures but also a kind of rational optimism that has become rare in genre works these days.”


She won the 2011 Prometheus Award for Best Libertarian SF Novel for her science fiction novel Darkship Thieves, and the 2018 Dragon Award for Best Alternate History Novel for Uncharted, which she co-authored with Kevin J. Anderson. She has written under the noms de plume Sarah D’Almeida, Elise Hyatt, Sarah Marques, Laurien Gardner, and Sarah Marques de Almeida Hoyt.


Hoyt has described her writing as “no genre is safe from me.” She has published more than 30 novels in science fiction, fantasy, mystery, and historical. The first book in her Shakespearean fantasy series, Ill Met by Moonlight was a finalist for the 2002 Mythopoeic Fantasy Award.


Sarah A. Hoyt (born November 18, 1962) is an American science fiction, fantasy, mystery, and historical fiction writer. She moved to the United States in the early 1980s, married Dan Hoyt in 1985, and became an American citizen in 1988.

Hoyt was born on November 18, 1962 in the village of Granja, Águas Santas, Maia and grew up in Porto, Portugal. Educated in both Portugal and the United States, she graduated from University of Porto, with a Master’s equivalent in Modern Languages and Literatures with a major in English and a minor in German. She also speaks Swedish, Italian and French, with varying degrees of fluency. Married in 1985 to Dan Hoyt (a science fiction author and mathematician), she has two sons. She became a United States citizen in 1988 in Charlotte, North Carolina. As of 2016, she lives in Colorado.


Hoyt is a regular contributor to the Instapundit blog and The Libertarian Enterprise (, as well as an online columnist at PJ Media.