|Posted by Amy Armbruster, Author on February 4, 2014 at 10:25 PM||comments (0)|
I should not type in the dark. Maybe if I didn't type in the dark, I'd have better luck at this whole keeping a blog thing.
This is my new years post
I'm a little behind schedule, but hey, I'm a busy girl. Full time job, husband, kids, Facebook, Pinterest...oh and writing. Hopefully, there are a few...or one person atleast that will read this besides my Mom.
Seriously though, I hope everyone had a great holiday and that this new year is tr...Read Full Post »
|Posted by Amy Armbruster, Author on September 22, 2013 at 4:10 PM||comments (0)|
In November I plan on releasing a new Christian romance. In God's Golden Time is my chosen title for this one. Here is what I am hoping will be the cover of this new book. I love this cover...of course, I designed it myself, but still...I love it.
Watch for the e-book to come out FREE around Thanksgiving. My gift to my readers for being so supportive and maybe, if you enjoy it, you'll buy the paperback for a family member or friend for Christmas! This book ...Read Full Post »
|Posted by Amy Armbruster, Author on September 22, 2013 at 4:05 PM||comments (0)|
Why I love bad reviews and other lies I tell myself…
Lie #1 I am an independent author and I write for me. While it is true it began that way, it quickly changed once I took the leap to self-publishing. As soon as I allowed others to read my stories, nasty little thoughts began to creep into my head. Will my readers enjoy this one? Is this what my readers will want? Whoa, there lady…didn’t you JUST say you write for you? Yep. And at one time, it was true, but no...Read Full Post »
|Posted by Amy Armbruster, Author on July 11, 2013 at 7:25 PM||comments (0)|
Ah yes, my first book in a Trilogy. I never thought I'd see the day where I would even attempt a trilogy. But...book one was written and book two practically wrote its self. It seemed the story of my main character, Jenna Kitchem, hadn't been finished after book one, Death Becomes Me. So then, we move on to book two, Death Becomes You. Book three is yet to be finished, but I have faith it will happen...and Death Becomes Us will be released.
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|Posted by Amy Armbruster, Author on June 9, 2013 at 5:20 PM||comments (0)|
Top 3 reasons why you should have your own book trailer:
1) All the cool authors have one.
2) It's like a movie or slide show of your book, who doesn't want to see this happen?
3) They are surprisingly fun to make! And easy, too. Just do it.
I was scared at first to attempt a book trailer, and honestly didn't see what all the hub bub was about it, bub. But then...I checked into them more and realized the awesome advertising potential they have. ...Read Full Post »
|Posted by Amy Armbruster, Author on June 9, 2013 at 4:00 PM||comments (0)|
Natalie Green is haunted by memories of a past that she can not change. Isaiah lives every day with a guilt that even God's forgiveness has not rid him of.
When the two are brought together, will they be able to help each other find what the other has been searching for? Can one find forgiveness and the other peace?
Find out in this sweet, Christian romance story by paranormal romance author, Amy
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|Posted by Amy Armbruster, Author on June 9, 2013 at 3:55 PM||comments (0)|
After a very troubled childhood, Devon McKinley has finally learned how to live with her curse. A best selling author, she takes the stories of the ghosts that come to her for help, and turns them into award winning novels.
Life settles into a routine, a routine that is only interrupted by the death of her one time doctor, friend...and lover. When she returns to her hometown, she has to confront new ghosts as well as her own, very haunted past.
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|Posted by Amy Armbruster, Author on June 9, 2013 at 3:45 PM||comments (0)|
While Shyla Walters is recovering in the St Louis Stress Center her husband Jaycob lets the lease go on their apartment and transfers to Savannah, Georgia for a new job as a professor of architecture. He rents to own an old plantation house called Whispering Coves Plantation. Fourteen hours away from St Louis, Missouri and the tragedy that cost Shyla her sanity.
Jaycob hopes that life for the two of them can start fresh and perhaps their marriage can be saved.
Shyla tries to ...Read Full Post »
|Posted by Amy Armbruster, Author on June 9, 2013 at 3:30 PM||comments (0)|
All Samuel Mackenzie wants is a new start for his two daughters after the death of his wife and son. The move to Primrose was his wife's dying wish...
He doesn't know what awaits them in the small town and the monstrosity of a house that he has purchased. He doesn't know the old secrets that the house has hidden within its walls.
Secret sins that are meant to be buried forever...but sometimes, the bond between two sisters is too strong to let the sins of ...Read Full Post »
|Posted by Amy Armbruster, Author on February 24, 2013 at 11:55 AM||comments (0)|
In December of 2012 I branched into Christian romance with my story, God's Hands. You can find this and all of my other novels at Amazon.com (just type in Amy Armbruster). God's Hands is a sweet story about forgiveness that I wrote in 2001. I have many Christian romance stories that I wrote at that time. I plan on releasing them when I can.
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