Midnight: Century of the Vampires, 1-3

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Amy Blackwelder, Oct 24, 2012 - 138 pages
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Ami Blackwelder is a romantic suspense writer in the YA paranormal, adult scifi and adult historical genres. Sub-genres include thrillers, dystopia, urban, and steampunk. Growing up in Florida, she graduated UCF and in 1997 received her BA in English and additional teaching credentials. Then she packed her bags and travelled overseas to teach in Thailand, Nepal, Tibet, China and Korea. Thailand is considered her second home now. She has always loved writing and wrote poems and short stores since childhood; however, her novels began when she was in Thailand. Having won the Best Fiction Award from the University of Central Florida (Yes, The Blair Witch Project University), her short fiction From Joy We Come, Unto Joy We Return was published in the on campus literary magazine: Cypress Dome and remains to this day in University libraries around the USA. Later, she achieved the semi-finals in a Laurel Hemingway contest and published a few poems in the Thailand's Expat magazine, and an article in the Thailand's People newspaper. Additionally, she has published poetry in the Korea's AIM magazine, the American Poetic Monthly magazine and Twisted Dreams Magazine.http://amiblackwelder.blogspot.com

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User Review  - roadway2000 - LibraryThing

I was gifted this book, I really enjoyed it. It gave a new and sinister slant to the typical vampire story. It is also a romance which helps make it even better. There is quite a bit of violence in ... Read full review

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User Review  - Laura_Corbett - LibraryThing

I was lucky enough to get an advance copy of this book from the author. If you like vampire fiction, you will enjoy this book! This was the first thing I had read of Ami's, but totally enjoyed it and ... Read full review


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