Wednesday, 22 March 2017

An interview with Jack Nesbitt #crimewriter

Q. Welcome to the blogsite, Jack.   Can you tell us about yourself?
A. I’m originally from the North East. I was born in Newcastle, then relocated down to Barnsley, in South Yorkshire, as a young boy.  After leaving school, I worked in engineering for a number of years before eventually working abroad  as a welding contractor.  Divorced with two adult children, I still live in South Yorkshire.

Q.   What prompted you to begin a writing career?
A. Growing up in Barnsley, during the early seventies, meant that it was impossible not to have read local author Barry Hines’s cult classic, Kes, or watched Ken Loach’s film adaptation of the book. The settings and characters, so brilliantly described by Hines, certainly left an impression with me and I think my love of reading and story telling probably stemmed from that period in my life.

Q.   When you’re not writing, What leisure time activities do you enjoy?
A. My biggest vice is trawling around old antique shops and flea-markets, looking for anything from a Clarice Cliff plate or Moorcroft vase, to a chair with Barley twist legs. It’s a compulsion that’s probably cost me thousands over the years, and left me poor and destitute, but as I keep telling myself, everyone needs a guilty pleasure.

Q.  Who are your favourite authors?
A. My favourite authors, tend to be Crime writers… Ian Rankin, Peter James, James Oswald come immediately to mind, but I have a selection of favourite reads in different genres that I bought in my twenties, and every so often I’ll pick them up to read again.  Hemingways ‘For whom the bell tolls’ is a particular favourite and Hubert Selby jr’s ‘Last Exit to Brooklyn is another. I also have works by playwright’s Harold Pinter and John Osborne that I enjoy re-visiting, so my ‘genre’ preference is wide and varied. I’ve also written a humorous account of my travels through Southern Spain during the 1980’s which is as far removed from what I’m doing now as you could possibly get.

Q.  Do you have an office or space for writing? Is it at home or elswhere?
A. When I’m in the process of writing a novel, I’ll get inspiration at the most inopportune times, usually when I’m away from home, so I make sure that I always have a notebook and pen to pull out of a pocket, the moment something interesting comes into my head. It may be a new location, character or plot line and I’ll put it down on paper, immediately, rather than commit it to memory, and risk losing it before I return home. Most of the storyline usually gets scribbled roughly onto a writing pad while I’m settled into an old armchair, then I’ll  type it up later on an old antique writing desk I bought twenty years ago in a moment of madness, when I couldn’t find a Clarice Cliff plate or chair with Barley twist legs.  

Q.  Do you frame your characters from people you know or from your imagination?
A. I think to a great extent, most writers will probably base a character around someone he or she has met previously. It might be just the name or personality trait that has caught the writer’s attention, but it will inevitably be stored and used at some stage in the future.

Q. Which of your books is your favourite and why?
A. My first book:  A ROSE FOR ST AMELIA is a romantic thriller and was published in paperback by vanguard press in 2015. It tells of the dramatic repercussions of a holiday romance between an English woman and her Mediterranean lothario when he takes an ill-judged decision to smuggle drugs for a local criminal gang. It was a milestone for me when writing it, in that it made me realize how much I enjoy the criminal aspect of the plot line. So, although the book wasn’t, in essence, a crime novel, it started the process of writing them.

Q.  Where does your target ‘device audience’ lie?
A. As I mentioned previously, my first book was published in print format, but when I was writing the first of the Charlotte Hope crime novels – ONLY WHEN I DIE – I decided on a new approach, and opted to self publish on kindle instead. I’ve repeated this with the second in the series - IN MY TIME OF DYING – and I’ll probably do so again when I’ve completed the third. After that… who knows?  I actually think I’d quite like all three Charlotte Hope novels to be published together in print as one paperback novel, so perhaps that would be something to look at for the future.

Q.  Which three people from history would you invite to a dinner party and why?
A. This is a question I can have fun with. My preferred choice of dinner guests would probably change from week to week but, at this moment in time, I would choose Andy Warhol, because of my love for abstract and visual art. My second guest would be Richard Burton, and
 I’d ask him, after dinner, to read some of the collected poems of Dylan Thomas. The  third on my list would be a purely selfish choice as I’ve been smitten by Sophia Loren for much of my teenage years, and remain so to this day ( as her photograph, stored  in my phone will testify)

Q. Do you have any social media contactd?
 My website :
Twitter:  @kijojax
Amazon Author page:
Retail Links as follows…
Amazon kindle books: ONLY WHEN I DIE
Amazon kindle books: IN MY TIME OF DYING

Friday, 17 March 2017

The #crime #thriller section

Welcome to the crime thriller section of the
Paul Anthony Book Shop

QUICK LINKS TO ALL BOOKS: in print or in kindle
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 I've enjoyed writing every one of these. Whilst you can browse the works of scores of other authors on this site, I've dedicated this page to my crime thrillers. There are two crime series - Boyd (the Cumbrian detective) and Davies King (the south coast detective). There's also the first of a 'suspense' series (Nebulous) with more in the pipeline. Thanks for dropping in. Here's the books, a tiny selection of reviews, and their best rating in the UK amazon kindle store. I'll start with my real biography before featuring the rest. 

Strike! Strike! Strike!

An autobiography from the front line of policing in the United Kingdom.... The true story of a sixteen years old boy from a city in the north who joined his local police force... From tea-maker to spy catcher, from errand boy to counter terrorist detective. Witness his journey via Cumbria Constabulary, the Regional Crime Squad, the Special Branch, the Anti Terrorist Branch of the Metropolitan Police, the Royal Ulster Constabulary and the Security Service.. 
Prepare to laugh.... Prepare to cry....
(Publishing Date 23rd March, 2016)


#1 Bestseller
4 weeks at #1 and 12 months in the TOP 100
Publishing House Bestseller

Amazon Review: I thoroughly enjoyed reading this latest book from a hugely talented author drawing on a vast array of experience of dealing with the full spectrum of personal and professional human strengths, weaknesses, victories, frustrations, success, disaster and all the emotions involved which comprise the sometimes straight forward but often complex life of a police officer's service to the public. In particular, I enjoyed the obvious dedication, humour, compassion and above all desire to get the job done no matter what the hurdles encountered along the way. WARNING make sure you have set enough time aside to read right through this book because once you pick it up you will only put it down when you come to the end.


Publication  Date -  
18th March, 2017


#13,318 Paid in Kindle Store 
(within 24 sensational hours)

#6 in the Boyd series

This is #6 in the Boyd ‘standalone’ detective series. A Cumbrian detective working with the Special Crime Unit and various elements of British Intelligence.  
SYNOPSIS –  When a desperate young man is forced out of his home in the mountains, he claims ‘Qisas’ and sets out on a bitter journey of revenge. As he terrorizes a continent with his wicked plan, the evil megalomaniac becomes an iconic figure synonymous with fear and dread. In a fast-moving, white knuckle ride, the unknown assassin leaves police and intelligence services reeling from the sheer pressure of relentless attacks.
What is White Eagle? Is it the name of a bird of prey? Or is it a mysterious individual who has no name? There are those who think White Eagle is a newly formed terrorist group working for the highest bidder. Whichever, it’s a mystery no-one can solve.
Mouretti, the man from NATO, takes up the case and is determined to claim all the glory.
The plot explodes when Boyd and his team from the Special Crime Unit become involved. All hell breaks out as three single-minded individuals, each propelled and fuelled by revenge, fight for victory.
Who will win and who is doomed to failure? In the chaos that surrounds the investigation, does anyone walk away unscathed?

Pre-publication Review: Boyd continues his unique career in this story of love, hate, loss, devastation, betrayal, trust, and loyalty. Paul Anthony’s latest novel takes his reader from the dizzy heights of a mountain range to the quiet backwaters of rural England as he portrays one man’s journey from birth to adulthood. This is yet another First-Class novel from Paul Anthony. 

Pre-publication Review: An excellent action-packed thriller from the pen of crime-writer Paul Anthony. This is the kind of book that entertains, informs, thrills, fascinates, and delivers a tremendous read.


TOP 100
(Silver award - Book of the year 2016)

#5 in the Boyd crime thriller series.... A series of books / stories which has proved really popular over the years..... and featuring the Cumbrian detective William Miller Boyd (the character is taken from my Uncle - Billy Miller - and what a character he was) So here we go with number 5 (number 6 is in my head)

When Master Sergeant Jack Dooley uncovers a startling secret in the desert wastes of Iraq he unwittingly triggers an alarm that resonates throughout the western world. It doesn’t take long before Boyd and his elite Special Crime Unit find themselves handling the investigation. But who is the man from Tikrit the police and intelligence community are desperately searching for? Is he really an Islamic assassin with orders to take out the leaders of the western world? As the Cumbrian counter-terrorist detective chases down the enquiry he enlists the aid of multiple intelligence agencies only to uncover a right wing plot to take over the government. Boyd soon realises that the man from Tikrit is an unknown quantity – and he certainly isn’t the only threat that needs to be thwarted.
A race against time follows with Boyd and his colleagues arguing with the Home Secretary and officialdom when multiple threats from a variety of lethal sources are uncovered. Short of resources, short on patience, and short of time, Boyd casts an eye on the national threat level as it slowly rises from the peace and tranquillity of threat level five. Then, as the nation’s threat level hits ‘critical’, it becomes blatantly obvious that Boyd and his team must do all they can to protect the United Kingdom’s Royal Family. It’s only when Boyd meets aristocracy and enlists the help of a Knight of the Realm that he realises the country really is at Threat Level One and there’s a very highly placed traitor in the midst of it all.
Threat Level One – Based on the true story of the national threat level, the men and women who make it, and those who try to break it.

Amazon Review:

Another excellent read by Paul Anthony. A gripping, multifaceted tale of espionage and covert operations which come together in a fast pace finale. It was good to see how Boyd and his team have developed and good to meet new, strong characters. I literally couldn't put it down!

TOP 250

Bell, Book and Candle
Genre: Thriller / Crime /Action-Adventure / Espionage / Mystery

THIS BOOK IS #4 IN THE BOYD 'stand alone' series, where each book has a separate stand alone tale involving the Cumbrian detective, Boyd, and his Special Crime Unit.

From an ancient Silk Road in the Spin Ghar mountain range and the red-bricked chocolate box skyscrapers of one of the oldest civilisations known to mankind, the travellers begin their journey. Fourteen hundred years of struggle and anguish arrive in the unspoilt backwaters of Cumbria’s Lakeland Fells and erupt in a bloody, deadly climax.
A simple bell, book and candle adorn the altar of a village church yet the parishioners are unaware of the gathering storm clouds that herald the arrival of the ‘Eternal One.’
Will the Cumbrian detective, Boyd, work out why it has taken since the seventh century for the problem to arrive in his back yard? It’s not until a child is kidnapped that Boyd realises he needs to separate out good from bad; normal from extreme, and the innocence of youth from the guilt of maturity. Boyd is fighting the biggest dog in the pack and the Shimmering Dawn is about to unleash its terrifying dogs of war.
Crammed with intrigue and drizzled with Machiavellian conspiracy, the plot dissects the culture and very existence of the Middle East as it gradually and passionately boils over into a turbo charged thriller of acrimonious conflict and religious aura when the history of yesteryear explodes with the reality of today. 

Amazon Review:
You can't beat a crime story written by a detective. Paul Anthony (a pseudonym, by necessity) was a top detective fighting the threat of terrorism, so is ideally placed to come up with a story about Islamist terrorism. A fast-moving tale is told in great detail, without losing the plot. It's full of facts and explanations about the rationale and reasons behind a temporary threat to our security. Best of all, it's written in the language we all understand, rather than that of bigwigs in the higher echelons of the police service or government. It's a story that will also educate you.

#1 crime fiction
Publishing House Bestseller


Espionage Thriller/Crime/Historic Fiction

THIS BOOK IS #3 IN THE BOYD 'stand alone' series, where each book has a separate stand alone tale involving the Cumbrian detective, Boyd, and his Special Crime Unit.

Book description
Packed with action, stacked with intrigue, and sprinkled with ingenious conspiracy, The Legacy of the Ninth is a whirlwind thriller of bitter conflict and religious mystique, echoing through the centuries of time from the desert wastes of the Roman Empire to the luscious green valley of the River Eden and the land of the Lakes. Behold, the noble Domitian: a valiant Roman Centurion who witnesses an appalling act of mass suicide in the Negev desert, and Hussein who plunders a Jewish artefact from its rightful owner. Centuries later, Boyd, the detective, tries to find out why events in Masada are now so closely linked with nearby Hadrian's Wall. Indeed, against all the odds, Boyd realises that the links are so strong that prospects of peace in the Middle East are in danger of collapsing...Things can't get any worse, can they?

#1 crime fiction
Publishing House Bestseller


Espionage Thriller/Historic Fiction/Terrorism/Crime

THIS BOOK IS #2 IN THE BOYD 'stand alone' series, where each book has a separate stand alone tale involving the Cumbrian detective, Boyd, and his Special Crime Unit.

Book Description
A terrifying thriller of greed and deceit.
The action spans the oceans; from Northern Ireland, to Portugal, from Colombia to the British Isles, and is set against the inferno of a raging drugs culture. Cumbrian undercover detective, Boyd, working with two Portuguese investigators, a determined female British Intelligence officer, an American drug-busting legend, and the covert power of the State, battle against globally organised crime syndicates unaware that some amongst them have different plans...
Private and personal revenge...

Publishing House Bestseller
My bestselling book of all time in 
both print and kindle
(Published 1996)

Historic Fiction/Thriller /Love Story/Crime/Espionage/Terrorism
Kindle version Published Spring, 2012

THIS BOOK IS #1 IN THE BOYD 'stand alone' series, where each book has a separate stand alone tale involving the Cumbrian detective, Boyd, and his Special Crime Unit.
The Fragile Peace reached #1 in its genre in March, 2013, in the Amazon Kindle store.
Book Description:
The Fragile Peace is a thriller of violent prejudices and divided loyalties. This Ulster novel reaches to the very roots of sectarian life and death. Written by a member of the security forces, it reveals a human landscape that is unknown, yet startingly believable. It is a world where sworn enemies may exchange confidences over a game of snooker; where a kneecapping operation turns into a deadly vendetta fuelled by sexual jealousy and where the fate of the United Kingdom could rest in the hands of one punch-drunk bruiser with a dangerous addiction. Everything is here, from the glamour of hi-tech intelligence work to the despairing pub-talk of men locked in the past. Trace the origins of these relentless tit-for-tat killings, often starting in childhood and see how the lives of vastly different people may be mysteriously linked forever against the fatally beautiful backdrop of Northern Ireland.



TOP 500

Crime Thriller with a twist of history.
Published by Paul Anthony Associates, November, 2014

This novel is #4 in the Davies King stand-alone detective series where all four books can be read individually as opposed to in series format.

When an unexpected earthquake in the English Channel unwittingly presents the secrets of the past, a trail of bribery, corruption, kidnap and murder entangle the south coast detective, Davies King. As the mystery deepens, Davies investigates the connection between the escape of a handful of petty criminals from a prison van; a vicious murder, the unidentified treasures of a sunken ship in the English Channel, a corrupt American politician, and ‘organised crime’.
Will Britain’s most annoying petty criminals outwit the stressed-out detective? Faced with overwhelming odds, the exhausted Davies King must come to terms with failure and re-ignite ‘loyalty’. On the doorstep of failure, the detective enlists the help of 'Special Forces' when he recognises an emerging catastrophe which is likely to destroy the foundations of an Anglo-American agreement, The so-called special relationship is in danger of collapsing. But loyalty is the last stand and it’s beyond his control.

Review: Another epic page turner from the pen of Paul Anthony. He grabs you on page one and won't let you go until the end. Great plot..... Pauline Livingstone, Editor and Book Critic
Review: An absolutely brilliant read by a great author, keeps you on the edge of your seat, thoroughly enjoyable... B Smith (Reader) amazon review.
TOP 400

THIS BOOK IS #3 IN THE DAVIES KING 'stand alone' series, where each book has a separate stand alone tale involving the detective, KING, his detectives, and British Intelligence.

Genre: Fiction / Thriller / Espionage / Murder /Mystery / Tension  / Suspense
Compromising photographs discovered in a vacant office in central London are not immediately connected to a ferocious attack on Davies King. But when the campaign against the chief of detectives and his closest friends turns to blackmail, it becomes personal.
A series of horrendous bomb attacks and brutal shootings convince Davies to discharge himself from hospital and confront the two ‘most wanted’ criminals in the United Kingdom. Disillusioned with a temporary chief constable, and anxious to relieve a stressed out bomb disposal officer, the chess playing detective joins forces with British Intelligence to challenge the megalomaniacs who are holding the nation to ransom.
Her Majesty’s Government announce a Tier One threat level as the lights across the south of England are extinguished and parts of Europe and North America face the reality of the first stages of society’s breakdown - Dystopia.
It’s a simple question for the obstinate detective to answer. Does the country pay the ransom or do the lights go out?
It’s not rocket science, but who makes the decision, and why?


TOP 200

Crime / Espionage / International Chase Thriller

THIS BOOK IS #2 IN THE DAVIES KING 'stand alone' series, where each book has a separate stand alone tale involving the detective, KING, his detectives, and British Intelligence.

Book Description.
When Conor is betrayed, he spends the night hidden in the bracken surrounded by security forces. As moonlight shadows flicker, he realises who is responsible. With his unit destroyed, Conor sets out for revenge. 
But dark unspoken forces are at work and the track goes cold.
A decade later, a displaced British Intelligence Agent produces a mysterious piece of software and demands reinstatement. The enigmatic software, threatens to destabilise the world’s economy should it fall into the wrong hands. Pegasus returns only to be plunged into a breathtaking international chase involving terrorists, spies and criminals. 
Greed, corruption, dishonesty and mistrust are uncovered in the most powerful of places as the need to secure an enigmatic memory stick dominates proceedings. Only Davies King, a chess playing, hardnosed detective, and his team, seem capable of bringing sanity to a cyberspace driven society. Is there a traitor? A traitor of the worst kind! And there’s only one... Isn’t there?

TOP 750

Murder Mystery/Crime/Detective

THIS BOOK IS #1 IN THE DAVIES KING 'stand alone' series, where each book has a separate stand alone tale involving the detective, KING, his detectives, and British Intelligence.

Book Description
Two beautiful and mysterious women are murdered in the same week. The local police chief believes both killings are the work of one man and instructs his officers to bring about a swift conclusion to the  investigation. Davies King, the hardnosed, chess playing detective, reckons the game is much more complex and refuses to accept an apparent checkmate. With the odds stacking up against him, Davies tries to shuffle all the pieces and capture the guilty party before an innocent man is wrongly arrested. But the clock is counting down, there’s a bomb explosion imminent, and he's running out of time.... With enigmatic characters that are credible and authentic it doesn’t take long to become engrossed in a well crafted and gripping plot. Paul Anthony's mesmerizing conspiracy carries the reader all the way and skilfully builds to an exhilarating and explosive finale.
TOP 1100

Ed Carter, an ageing career astronaut, is put out to pasture and dubbed a failure. Retiring to a quiet pub in rural Cumbria, he spends his time studying the stars in between pulling pints of beer for his thirsty locals. Envious of modern day space exploration, Ed can only watch from afar as his colleagues strive to reach further into the unknown. Then, unexpectedly, everything goes wrong and Earth is plunged into an alarming series of natural, and unnatural, disasters. Only Ed seems to know the answer to the problem the world is facing, but no-one is listening to yesterday’s man. Eventually, Sam, an astrophysicist, teams up with him and, together, they realise why the Earth is in danger. As the two race to save the world, a series of natural disasters shake mankind to its very core. In the final days of the planet, people still fall in and out of love, tears are shed, and hearts are broken. People are rescued to live again whilst others die in a sea of catastrophic despair. Personalities evolve, develop, and meet success and tragedy head on. This is a chilling tale of human misery, heroism, love, hate, jealousy, cowardice, ignorance, disaster and scientific discovery. You see, out there, lurking in Space, is a run-of-the-mill everyday danger threatening human survival. There are those born to lead, and those born to follow. It’s time for someone to step up to the plate as the suspense reaches a climax, but is it too late?

Works in planning - SEPTIMUS.... 
Works in planning - RED ALPHA ONE ....

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Tuesday, 14 March 2017

The Amber Skye Interview #author

Welcome to the blogsite, Amber. Thank you for joining us.
Q. Can you tell us a little about yourself?
A. As a thirty-nine-year-old wife and mother of two teenagers and a former third-grade teacher in a private school, I’m quite possibly an anomaly for authoring tales of Sapphic delight. And perhaps even more uncharacteristically, I’ve modeled the covers for six of my eight publications (Laci’s Lingerie and Block Party being the exceptions). But it was my husband, a writer himself, who encouraged me to regale y’all with my lesbian experiences…and yes, I’ve had plenty! And, quite simply, I’ve always found that reading sexual stories involving two women to be the most sensual and erotic. So, consequently, I believe that genre chose me, rather than me choosing it. And when I sat down to put my filthy imagination to work, the words flowed as naturally as the juices from the hoo-ha of a horny college coed. In fact, I’ve never outlined a story and I never know how they will end until I’m nearly finished with the tale.

Q. When you’re not writing, what leisure time activities or hobbies do you enjoy?
A. I’m a bit of a fitness junkie. I enjoy doing intense workouts like Insanity and Asylum as well as the p90x routines. Additionally, I hold a second-degree black belt in an Okinawan karate. I enjoy sports of all kinds—Sundays during football season are spent in the basement watching numerous games throughout the day. I’m a huge Falcons and Cowboys fan.

Q. Do you have a kindle, nook, or reading device yourself, or do you prefer to read from printed versions of a book?
A. I have both the kindle app and the nook app on my iPad. I rarely read from printed versions anymore.

Q. Which ‘genres’ do you prefer to read – and write? Is there a difference?
A. I read literary fiction, mysteries, romance, and erotica. I find authors like Lee Child and Harlan Coben highly entertaining, and my favorite erotica authors are Ella Ford, Veronica Savage, Patient Lee, and Clara Zaynn. I also enjoy Mischa Eliot and Kayleigh Patel.

Q. What inspires you – or has inspired you – to write a particular book?
A. So where do I get my ideas, and how do I proceed? I’ll tackle the idea aspect first. Shortly after deciding to embark on a career as an author, I was strolling through a local outdoor mall on a warm and lovely winter day. I was actively considering what I might write about, when I passed a lingerie store. I stopped and peered through the window before deciding to enter and browse—and no, it wasn’t a Victoria’s Secret. Upon entry to the upscale boutique, I was warmly greeted by an attractive black woman who was perhaps a few years my junior. A voluptuous redhead, with a most spectacular pair, also worked the store. And after making a few minor purchases, I exited—giddy and excited—with the idea for my first story.  A recent novelette, Block Party, evolved from another personal experience. I was painting the exterior of my front door on a beautiful October afternoon, when a pretty and perky blonde strolled into my yard and handed me a flyer for a neighborhood gathering. The beginning of Block Party is eerily similar to the actual events of that day, but the remainder of the story exists solely in the author’s dirty mind! The point is, I like writing about everyday people in common life situations…and then throwing my readers into a tizzy with the raunchy details of wild, lesbian fantasy.

Q. Do you write from imagination, personal experience, or a mixture?
A. It’s a mixture. The Pink Posse, which reached as high as #13 on the Amazon Lesbian Erotica Bestsellers List, is perhaps the closest to personal experience, with liberal sprinklings of hyperbole thrown in.

Q. Which of the books that you have written so far is your favourite and what can you tell us about it without giving the game away?
A. I have two favorites! I think my best writing is Community Cervix. A woman in her late twenties comes home to live with her father after a failed marriage and other rocky romances. She volunteers for a community service project in hopes of meeting a handsome fellow. Instead, she’s paired with a young woman for whom she once babysat. It’s more of an erotic romance between two women, and is definitely my softest piece.
My second choice is Side Out. After attending a women’s college volleyball game, I was inspired by all those cute fannies busting out of those tiny shorts. Two sophomores are seduced by a freshman who shows the older girls a few tricks and introduces them to the world of lady loving!

Q. Do you have a current ‘work in progress’? Can you tell us anything about it?
A. I just released Wet Chemistry. A dominant female professor seduces two of her students into some naughty after-hours lab experiments. It is the third story in the Jodi Trilogy. Laci’s Lingerie and Autumn Sizzle are the prequels, but they can easily be read out of order.

Q. What methods have you used to engage with your readership? Social media, press announcements, or book signings? What works for you that you might recommend for others?
A. I love interacting with folks on Twitter. I find it a great place to mix with other authors and have been quite successful using it as a source for promoting my work. I dabble on Facebook and Goodreads, but I don’t think either of those platforms are as amenable to an erotica author.

Q. Which gender and age group are your books targeted at?
A. I ask all who read my novellas and novelettes to be at least 18 years of age. If you are a minor, please do NOT pick up one of my stories. Be a kid! You have the rest of your life to be an adult!
In terms of gender, I suspect I have as many men fans as I do women! And I love that!

Q. What is the best piece of advice you could give to someone starting out on a writing career?
A. Have fun with it. Don’t take yourself too seriously, and view yourself as a storyteller.

Q. Do you have links on twitter or any other social media sites?

You can check out Amber’s work by CLICKING HERE for her Amazon page 

Meanwhile, here's just a small selection of Amber's books