Amy Manuwal

Biography

Amy Manuwal has taken courses at UCLA Extension for Novel writing and is majoring in Creative Writing. She loves writing and plans on doing it forever. She loves baking and types so fast that people think she's abusing her keyboard. She loves listening to music as she writes, mainly Alternative Rock, Metal, and one or two pop songs. She is engaged and lives in California with her family, three cats, and her bloodhound puppy Bubba.

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Books

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Smashwords book reviews by Amy Manuwal

  • Ghost's Night Out on May 13, 2012

    I liked the story but I wanted more at the end. I was pleased with what I read. I love paranormal stories. I liked this one. But there were some things that I would have loved to seen. I felt like there should have been more of a fight, not so clipped off near the ending. But I thought it was great story telling just needed more story to tell. There needed to be more explanations for some things. If there was a sequel to it, such as another investigation that the characters do, I would definitely read it.
  • Hunter on May 22, 2012

    This was such a great story. Though I wanted to learn more about what the characters backstories were like before, but I loved the story. Seriously it was amazing. My computer was dying on me and I knew I should have turned it off but I couldn't because I needed to keep reading.
  • Musical Chairs on May 28, 2012

    I loved the story. It was great and I bought the full Sunset High Series yesterday. I can't stop reading them. I'm on book 3 now. Now I came across a few errors one or two but it was all together a great story. I read for story not for structure but because it is interesting. I loved the first book it got me hooked. I really like that she's not a vampire like all those other books. She's kind of funny but very vicious like a vampire is supposed to be. But I see a softer side to her which is great as well. I can't wait to finish the rest of the series.
  • Sherk: A Compilation Of Maddening Thoughts on July 28, 2012

    It's a very interesting take on the voices of people everywhere. I'm really impressed with it and it really is dark but its also sad as well. It's something that made me scared of that actually happening to someone in real life. I am not a fan of poetry and some things I was confused about for instance one of the poems confused me but other then that, it was great.