THE END, two words that carry a large emotional load for a writer. For some writers, typing THE END, whether literally or figuratively, brings an enormous sense of relief because they have finally finished working on a project that might well have been a struggle, while for others there is a tremendous sense of loss... Continue Reading →
Following my recent article on deciding to use beta readers for my last two books, I thought it would be nice to give a shout out to the three lovely ladies who took on the task of helping me to make my books the best they can be. The ladies in question are Carole P... Continue Reading →
Amy J Hamilton introduces… I'm clearly mad. People who know me well, realise that already. I have just started writing a new serial on Radish Fiction. That would be perfectly normal if I hadn't already got one on the go I haven't finished yet. There is, therefore, much writing going on with my novelty syringe... Continue Reading →
Amy J Hamilton introduces Radish Fiction. Radish what now? I’d never heard of it before either. What, you have? Well, go and read my books then. For the rest of you, here's the background. Radish Fiction is a free app containing serialised fiction in bite-sized chunks or episodes. (Like radishes, get it? Bite-sized.) It’s aimed at... Continue Reading →
Announcing the Sci-Fi/Erotica/Humour sequel quite literally no-one has been waiting for. Well OK, maybe those three people in the corner. Meet Nate and Day (Lunar Medical Book 2) by Amy J Hamilton. They will be let loose on humankind from 14th July in various formats including ebook, paperback, naked, and Enceffian Telepathy especially for that... Continue Reading →
An interview with Amy J Hamilton by Becky Benishek, part of Navigating Indieworld’s Blog-Go-Round.
“Day returned to evaluating Rhea in a purely unprofessional manner. She was short, slender, but curvy–maybe–who could tell under the lab coat? Ok, so obviously lab personnel. Her dark hair was tied back in a high pony tail and her glasses didn’t seem to fit as she kept pushing them back on her nose. She wasn’t the stuff of his usual conquests, but there was something about her. Couldn’t quite put his finger on it, but he wouldn’t mind the opportunity to try.” – Modified: Lunar Medical: Book 1, by Amy J Hamilton
Meet Author Amy J Hamilton!
Amy J Hamilton
Amy J Hamilton is about 300 years old, writes erotica, hails from another planet, and is married with two teenage kids.
She has a house full of a variety of animals of the non-human nature: Tropical fish, a degu called Sam, a tortoise named Crunch, and a…
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