Amber Polo is best known for her Shapeshifters’ Library series, a light urban fantasy filled with dog-shifting librarians and book burning werewolves. Released (Book 1) Retrieved (Book 2) and Recovered (Book 3). Book 4 Reprinted will be released Oct. 2014.
Amber's love of books drew her into a career as a librarian. A greater love turned her into a writer. One day a plane flew past her office window and she turned her pen to her own airpark backyard and Heads in the Clouds was the result. Hearts in the Vortex, a Sedona paranormal romance, also is set in amazing Arizona.
In addition to her novels, she is proud of Relaxing the Writer: Guidebook to the Writer’s High which offers hundreds of tips to help writers and readers relax and her self-produced Relaxation One Breath at a Time, a CD that uses her voice to teach relaxation to calm your body and mind and/or help you fall asleep.
After living in seven states, she happily calls Arizona home.
The Most Unromantic Woman in the World Falls in Love – with Two Men – in One Body
No-nonsense attorney Rebecca Dumaurier battles for famous romance writers. But in the Sedona vortex romance spins out of control with a shy trance channeler and a pirate from another time.
Love is in the air...
Can a meat-eating Texas advertising woman find love with a vegetarian Buddhist and get her pilot’s license despite interference from her wacky Arizona airpark neighbors and a high flying Alaskan Malamute?
Written with the special needs of writers in mind, anyone who spends time in a chair will discover useful tips to escape the dangers of sitting.
From aromatherapy to zumba, find hundreds of practical ideas and suggestions from centuries-old techniques like meditation and yoga to iPad apps. Every page inspires worried writers to explore new ideas to de-stress their lives.
Vital voices of five story keepers flow like a warm vinyasa revealing raw emotion, sometimes mystical, and always authentic. Five of the three pieces are excerpts from unpublished novels that hopefully will soon flame in full.
Each writer came alive in her answers to questions posed. What tied her yoga practice to her writing and who she is in other roles, what brings her to the fire, and how she likes to cook her yams.
I’ve always considered yams the perfect writers’ food, forming an easy snack or filling meal. Prepared ahead and then topped with sugary maple syrup, tangy ginger marmalade, sweet apricot jam, or a spicy salsa, they satisfy, nourish, and feed the senses, like this YAM anthology.