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Bambi Harris
Bambi Harris
  • Country: United States
  • Books: 30
  • Profession: Author
  • Born: 8 February
  • Member Since: Jun 2018
  • Profile Views: 4,347
  • Followers: 36
  • Writing:

    Historical Mysteries Mysteries Supernatural Suspense Historical Romance Paranormal Romance Time Travel Romance Historical Fiction Science Fiction Fantasy Teen & Young Adult
BIOGRAPHY

Bambi Harris is the Australian-American author of numerous novels, most notably the popular, Afterlife Series, an Afterlife-based series that follows Penny Lane's chaotic day to day life beyond her death.

A prolific novelist and instinctive luminary, her books are touted for their unique voice and engaging story lines. Catering to both adult and young adult in content, her themes include death, romance, murder, time travel, history, the supernatural, and most of all, mystery.

She lives with her husband and dogs in rural USA in a historical museum themed house.
She enjoys antiques, history, vintage clothing and charitable pursuits.

Other than that she is a complete mystery.

  • Bambi Harris

Book Views: 117

The Mourning Storm

Publish Date: Nov 23, 2016

Genre: Historical Mysteries, Supernatural Suspense, Romance

avg rating5 - 10 reviews on Amazon

Bambi Harris's Books

The Mourning Storm

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Publication Date: Nov 23, 2016

Historical Mysteries, Supernatural Suspense, Romance

5 (10 ratings)

Death and Other Inconveniences (The Afterlife Series Book 1)

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Publication Date: Sep 27, 2014

Mysteries, Supernatural Suspense, Fantasy

4.9 (32 ratings)

The Porcelain Bones

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Publication Date: Mar 22, 2018

Historical Mysteries, Thrillers, Suspense, Mysteries, Supernatural Suspense, Paranormal Romance, Romance

5 (13 ratings)

The Antiquarian

The Antiquarian

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Publication Date: Nov 26, 2018

Historical Mysteries, Suspense, Mysteries, Supernatural Suspense

5 (10 ratings)

Girl in the Woods (The Coma Mysteries Book 1)

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Publication Date: May 08, 2017

Mysteries, Time Travel Romance, Fantasy

4.8 (6 ratings)

The Tintype Cadavers (The Memento Mortis Series)

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Publication Date: Dec 15, 2014

Crime Fiction, Historical Mysteries, Supernatural Suspense

4.5 (11 ratings)

Mysterious Encounters of a 40s Phone Operator

Mysterious Encounters of a 40s Phone Operator

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Publication Date: Mar 12, 2013

Mysteries, Supernatural Suspense, Paranormal Romance, Science Fiction

4.8 (14 ratings)

The Missing

The Missing

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Publication Date: Mar 30, 2019

Historical Mysteries, Suspense, Supernatural Suspense, Romance

5 (8 ratings)

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    • allauthor 21 daysAllauthor
    • What, in your opinion, are the most important elements of good writing?
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      • BambiHarris 21 daysAuthor
      • Make your characters relatable. Tell a good story, keep drama, action, interest and questions set in motion. Most importantly keep the reader guessing, make them want to know what happens next, pose the questions through your story, make them want to know the answer.
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    • allauthor 22 daysAllauthor
    • Have you ever experienced "Writer's Block"? Any tips you would like to share to overcome it?
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      • BambiHarris 22 daysAuthor
      • I haven't experienced writer's block yet, rather it is more of an issue where I get stuck on how I will proceed at certain times. I hit a road block where I don't feel there is enough drama or action or enough to propel the story forward. That is when I am halted in my step and have to sit back and reconsider where the story is headed.
        My advice for writer's block would be what I do when I can't move forward; work on something else book related; a cover, a title, an idea for something else, marketing, just keep the momentum.
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    • allauthor 23 daysAllauthor
    • Do you read your book reviews? How do you deal with bad or good ones?
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      • BambiHarris 23 daysAuthor
      • Absolutely! Fortunately I haven't gotten any bad ones and yes I would feel it. I am grateful for every review I receive and for a reader's willingness to take the time to tell me how much they enjoyed my work. Reviews are a true gift. And I deal with the good ones with a smile on my face and a heart filled with gratitude :-)
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