Character Name: Lachlan Wallace, knight, and karate world champion title holder Philosophy on life: Work hard, play hard, feel hard. From: Modern Day (the son of William Wallace and Eva MacKay from Rise of a Legend and In the Kingdom’s Name) Height: 6’6” Weight: 260 Build: Muscular in peak condition Distinctive features: Dark brown hair,… Read More
Amy embarked on her writing journey shortly after she completed an MBA with Heriot-Watt University in Edinburgh, Scotland. Her first manuscripts were suspense novels and were never published. She calls them baptism by fire---lessons in learning to write fiction. These lessons, combined with several writing conferences and classes, led her to write her first published book, Boy Man Chief, which won the League of Utah Writers award for Best Manuscript, and the Spark Book Award.
A lot has happened since, with some of the highlights being Rise of a Legend winning the national RONE award for Best Time Travel; hitting the Amazon Top 100 Bestseller list; and a host of other accolades.
Amy enjoys the freedom of authorship and the opportunity to work creatively every day. She has lived in Australia, Bermuda and has spent extensive time in Scotland. Whenever possible, she visits the places she writes about to add vibrant realism to her stories.
She loves writing Scottish historical romance, and now she's adding romantic suspense to the mix. Come along for the ride!
We have an interview today with a special guest. The hero of Amy Jarecki’s epic two-book time travel romance, A HERO ACROSS TIME. Hello sir knight, please tell us your full name. William Wallace, m’lady Do you have a nickname? None that I’d own up to—though my closest allies call me Willy. What is one… Read More
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by Robert Tate Miller Her name was Jamie Heckman, and she was the prettiest girl at Flat Rock Junior High. But, where “pretty” often opens doors to teenage popularity, Jamie was scarcely a blip on our school’s social radar screen. She had few friends, and I wasn’t among them. The year was 1976, and I… Read More