Radio Interview, June 2015
Our local radio station here in Germany, AFN Kaiserslautern, invited me to join their segment, "What Are You Reading?" hosted by Senior Airman Tate Pollock.. Master Sergeant Christina Nelson, my friend and the station manager, also joined us in the studio.
- with Curiosity Quills for World Book Day
- with SCBWI of Germany & Austria
- with Operation Awesome
- with BookGoodies
- with YA Interrobang
Book release announcement:
- At Brenda Drake's blog, Making Connections, for Fairy Keeper
Articles and Guest Posts by Amy
*You'll note a lot of DIY MFA articles, because I was a regular contributor to DIY MFA over 2015-2016, and I'm proud to have been a part of a website listed by WD as #9 on the Top 101 Best WebSites for Writers.
- Knowing Your Young Reader, at Cynthia Leitich Smith's Cynsations (This article was included in an amazing list of resources on censorship put together by MS. Leitich-Smith.)
- Dear Teen Me
- Five on Friday: Upper Middle Grade Fantasy & Sci Fi, at DIY MFA
- Moving Beyond Solitary at Brenda Drake's Making Connections
- Five on Friday: Upper Middle Grade Historical Fiction, at DIF MFA
- The Good News About "Bad" Characters, at DIY MFA
- Writing for Kids: The Low-Down about Lexiles, at DIY MFA
- The Short Answer to Long Series for Kids, at DIY MFA
- Five on Friday: Five Fabulous Picture Books in Honor of #PiBoIdMo, at DIY MFA
- Picture Books: Not So Easy, at DIY MFA
- Practicing Perseverance, at Pitch Wars.org
- Changing a Story from YA to Upper Middle Grade: Not a Minor Revision, at SCBWI Germany & Germany
- Back Away from the Delete Key: Censorship in KidLit, at DIY MFA
- Getting Graphic: A Closer Look at Graphic Novels, at DIY MFA
- Five Tips for Writing Book Two, at DIY MFA
- Author Inspiration, at Mary Anne Yard's blog, Myths, Legends, Books and Coffee.
- World building Woes (and Wows) at Cynthia Leitich Smith's Cynsations
- The Magic of Mermaids, at Mary Anne Yard's blog Myths, Legends, Books, and Coffee.
There have been many fantastic bloggers who have kindly reviewed my books on their blog. I can't list them all here, but please know that I am grateful to each and every one of you who has taken the time to read and review my book. It is such a wonderful thing you do for readers and authors everywhere! Many of these reviews show up on Google searches for Fairy Keeper, Mer-Charmer, and Dragon Redeemer. I also posted several on my Facebook Author Page.