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Do People Still Want the Printed Version & Not The eBook?
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Something About Me and My Book:
The Write Companion is proving itself beyond belief! Thus far, every manuscript we have edited has found a publisher! My new book, 13, has done so well as an eBook it will be coming out in print, and the first in my new YA series - Until Next Time - will be launched in February by Tribute Books!

Tallent & Lowery - Being Called "The DaVinci Code With Heart!" By Bestsellers

Tallent & Lowery: 13 was put out as an eBook last week and the Amazon rankings hit the roof! 

In 1902, in a dark room on the fifth floor of Carnegie Hall, thirteen people came together to continue a tradition that had been set in stone thousands of years before. 
In 2011, Leah Tallent is Head of Research at the New York Public Library.  Stoic and stable, brilliant and cynical, she has forever enjoyed her existence among the book stacks.  But even with her unparalleled intellect, there was no way to know that on the historic steps between America's famous lions, she would become involved with a crazy man on a fanatical quest.

Gareth Lowery has spent his life searching for the ultimate artifact that he is certain exists.  His life's pursuit has been to retrieve twelve keys hidden by men whose job it was to protect the single biggest secret ever kept.  To find the keys he must enlist the help of an unwilling guide who, unfortunately, knows much more than he bargained for.

From the first page to the last word, this fantastic duo become immersed in a whirlwind treasure hunt with historical and passionate repercussions. From the strange and eerie Winchester House to the blustery darkness of Loch Ness, Gareth and Leah will quickly learn that the theory of duality is correct:  For every bad there is a good and, for Heaven, there most assuredly exists...The Other Side.

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Until Next Time is Here!

Hey there!


Well…my new book just went live, and I’m beyond scared LOL. I hope you can check it out! It’s available on Kindle and Nook right now.


Here’s the link:

You can now buy UNTIL NEXT TIME: THE ANGEL CHRONICLES, BOOK 1 by Amy Lignor for your Kindle, Nook, in PDF etc.…


Posted on January 26, 2012 at 10:24am

New Blog Offering Indepth Interviews with Authors and Industry Professionals!

A new blog has been opened because of the response to the other articles and blogs on Goodreads, as well as The Write Companion.  Become a follower and learn about the latest industry news, reports and outlooks for 2012!

Posted on December 6, 2011 at 2:05pm

A Goodreads Winner!

Hey everyone!  My short story was a winner for the Goodreads YA fiction contest, and I wanted to say thank you!  The story is below!  Let me know what you think!

Meet The Reaper

I always said I would die in snow. God, I hated that stuff. Pounds and pounds of icy-cold crap that everyone in town called ‘pretty’ and ‘lovely.’ There was nothing pretty about it. And that old adage about sitting in front of a roaring fire…


Posted on December 6, 2011 at 2:02pm

Is There A Puzzle to Be Solved Under Glastonbury Tor?


There is a place - a very special place - located in Glastonbury, a small town in Somerset, England. A place that comes up in many conversations, books and movies. This is not a surprise. After all, the myths and legends that have always surrounded this small community are numerous and well-known.

For Christians, it is believed that Glastonbury is where…


Posted on October 16, 2011 at 2:30pm

One Author Has Uncovered the Most Unbelievable Secret of All Time! In The Library...

When readers and historians go back in time to discover the monumental secrets that were stored inside the greatest hiding places of all time, they will be amazed to learn that the most ‘treasured secrets’ were stored in the depths of a library.

For a very long time, libraries have been at the center of some of the most unexplainable ‘finds’ ever uncovered. Discoveries made…


Posted on October 3, 2011 at 1:57pm

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At 4:15pm on September 19, 2011, Sue Dent said…
I'll bet I could go on longer . . . LOL But I'm happy now. My friends at the British Fantasy Society got my book today and pinged me to let me know. Yay! I "lovez" me some BFS!
At 8:03am on September 19, 2011, Sue Dent said…
Well, I'm not big on "asking" for reviews. I do encourage folks who rave to me about how much they enjoyed the story to leave some feedback for others to see. However I tell them to NEVER feel obligated. I could care less how many reviews I have. I only write for others to enjoy. If they can relay that to me directly, then my day is made. If they want to share it on a review site then then of course that's grand too. Other than that, most reviewers want a "free" copy of the book and I pay way too much to get a book together and in the best shape it can be in to "give" them away for something I usually get without asking. ;) Large publishers have turned publishing into a big game and I'm sick to my stomach at their over-the-top-let's-make-this-author-a-legend publicity crap! No small publisher can compete with them and they know it. *Sue snaps out of it.* Oh--uh--yeah, anyway, that's my take on reviews. LOL
At 8:12pm on September 18, 2011, Liz Carmichael said…

Hi Amy,

Thanks for the friend invite.

Writing historical fiction is what I love best, so good to meet another writer who loves the genre. Even when I try other genres I find myself sliding toward historical. Of course I love researching, and it's great to special little details that fit perfectly with the story.

At 8:03pm on September 18, 2011, Tami Kidd said…

Hi Amy,  Thanks for the friendship.  I'm very happy you followed your dream too.  From reading your page it seems you are having great success.  How long have you been writing?


At 7:17pm on September 18, 2011, Sue Dent said…

I forgot that I'd signed up here. LOL I just added you on FB too so there ya go!


At 6:00pm on September 18, 2011, Nancy Stewart said…

Thanks so much again.  One Pelican at a Time is the first book in the Bella and Britt Series.  The next book, Bella Saves the Beach, will be launched within the next two months.  The third, Sea Turtle Summer, will be published soon after.  The fourth, which was just finished, Mystery at Manatee Key, is due out in October, 2012. 


I would be delighted to have you review any of the books!  Many thanks again.

At 1:54pm on September 18, 2011, Sherri Fulmer Moorer said…
Thanks for the friend request! Sorry if I was slow to respond. Busy days!
At 11:02am on September 18, 2011, P.H.C. Marchesi said…

Thanks for the friend request, Amy. I am so glad you like the book trailer! :)


Hope to see you around here!




At 10:55am on September 18, 2011, Nancy Stewart said…



Thanks for the friend request.  Glad you like Bella!

At 10:34am on September 18, 2011, Bernie Fallon said…
Hi Amy, Thanks for sending me a message.  I have to remember to visit the Book Marketing Network!  I am will be in Arizona soon for most of the winter.  Enjoy New Mexico.  It's a beautiful day here in the Berkshires - beautiful sunny fall weather. :)

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