Amanda's Open Mic Performance at That's What She Said

Amanda read three poems from her Pieces of Me book;
Who Needs a Prince?
Ten Minutes with Kiefer
Absent-minded

Coming Soon

Amanda has a few books out soon. First, there’s “Run away With Me in Seven Words” co-written with Andy N. This is a collection of seven-word poems, which together make up part of a longer sequence, originally posted on Instagram with accompanying images.

The book is available now on Lulu and can be pre-ordered (for 1st November publication) in many eBook formats, such as Barnes & Noble, Apple and Kobo. It will also be on Kindle shortly, so keep an eye out for that.

Next, “The Twelve Deaths of Father Christmas” is out on Kindle on 25th November (can be pre-ordered) and is expected to be in paperback just before. Unfortunately, the paperback can’t be pre-ordered. This book is a collection of twelve flash fiction pieces, with accompanying images, in which poor old Father Christmas dies in different ways. Many of these have a political slant and an edge of sarcasm.

Finally, Amanda’s Paranormal Crime book “Ghost of Me” can be pre-ordered on eBook (on most platforms; Kobo, Apple, Kindle...) The paperback will be available for pre-order shortly. The publication date is 2nd March 2020. Extracts of the book will be posted on the blog section of this website and on social media. This story follows Sarah triyng to solve her own murder.

Evil Clown

Amanda recently had her short story “Clown Control” performed on the wonderfully horrific NoSleep Podcast.

 

When a young woman splits up with her boyfriend, he gives her a clown doll as a parting gift. Then things take a sinister turn.

 

You can listen HERE

Online Interview

You can read Amanda's online interview HERE, where she talks about the stories behind her books and a love of red onions. 

 

Pieces of Me

Amanda's new poetry collection is available to buy now.

She is currently recording the poems for an album, which will be for sale on Bandcamp later this year. 

Amazon Kindle Link

Lulu Paperback Link

Blog post about publishing

Amanda recently wrote a guest post for Kevin Grover, about publishing, her recent YA novel novel getting accepted by a publisher and the pros and cons of having a publisher or going it alone. 

 

You can read it HERE

Genuine Chit-Chat interview

Amanda was recently interviewed on the podcast Genuine Chit-Chat, where she talked about all her projects from novels to poetry books. Past lives and dating stories even managed to work their way into the conversation.

 

You can listen HERE

First Charge mentioned in Writing Magazine

Pieces of Me

Amanda's poetry collection "Pieces of Me" is out on 2nd September 2019 and is available to pre-order on Kindle. 

Amazon UK Link

Amazon US Link

While there is no pre-order option for the paperback version, it's expected to be released shortly afterwards. 

Amanda's Spoken Label Interview

You can listen to Amanda's interview with Andy N at Spoken Label HERE

Amanda, reading poetry in Manley Park

Interview about "First Charge".

Amanda is the second guest, but why not watch the whole episode? It's good.

Lost and Found news

Both Lost and Found books are now available in ebook from a number of outlets, other than Amazon. These include Apple, Nook, Kobo, Google Play...

To check if your favourite ebook outlet has the books, check the links below, 

Lost and Found: Part1

Lost and Found: Part2

Cover reveal for First Charge

First Charge is out later this year. The gripping YA novel has a strong female character, who just happens to be gay. The story follows Meredith and her guardian Theo, who aren't like people their own age. More details to follow, but for now, here’s the cover. 

Amanda has now added Kindle book covers to her gigs on Fiverr. If you need a good quality but reasonably priced cover, look no further.

Click here to buy a Kindle cover

Lost and Found: Part 2 out now.

For those of you who read and (hopefully) enjoyed the first book you can now read the conclusion. The book is available at Amazon in paperback or on Kindle.

Also, keep an eye on this page, because some exciting book news is coming shortly. 

Amanda performing "How to tell if she Loves You"

Guest support at Julia Davenport's book launch.