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Amey Zeigler
Amey Zeigler
  • Country: United States
  • Books: 2
  • Profession: Author
  • Member Since: Jul 2019
  • Profile Views: 1,135
  • Followers: 4
  • Writing:

    Romantic Suspense New Adult Romance Humor
BIOGRAPHY

Fiction allows us to run the gambit of emotion and walk a mile in another's shoes. I love to write and to read fun, entertaining stories about characters I love.

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Baker's Dozen

Publish Date: Dec 15, 2017

Genre: Romantic Suspense

avg rating4.5 - 36 reviews on Amazon

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Baker's Dozen

Baker's Dozen

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Publication Date: Dec 15, 2017

Romantic Suspense

4.5 (36 ratings)

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The Swiss Mishap

The Swiss Mishap

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Publication Date: Jul 29, 2019

New Adult Romance

4.4 (60 ratings)

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      • ameyzeigler 4 monthsAuthor
      • What I'd really like to do is to tell people it is possible to reach your dreams. I wanted to be a writer since I was nine years old. And I had no idea how to get there. I started setting small goals, learning, studying, doing and now I've revised my goals to continue to learn and grow in my craft.
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    • allauthor 4 monthsAllauthor
    • Have you ever incorporated something that happened to you in real life into your novels?
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      • ameyzeigler 4 monthsAuthor
      • Yes! I find life is a rich field for inspiration and ideas. In The Swiss Mishap, Lainey and her roommate drag a recliner up four flights of stairs. When I lived in Switzerland, my roommate and I hauled a recliner up four flights of stairs. Lainey at least has the help of a hot guy.
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    • allauthor 4 monthsAllauthor
    • If you could tell your younger writing self anything, what would it be?
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      • ameyzeigler 4 monthsAuthor
      • I wish I could go back and tell myself to learn the basics of storytelling. I think Pixar and other writers who consistently turn out great stories have a secret and it's something I wish I would've learned five years ago. I would be much further ahead in my writing skills. Also, keep learning skills. You can never know too much about writing.
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