Amanda Albright Still

Biography

Amanda Albright Still has held many jobs since she dropped out of law school: journalist, technical writer, editor, online restaurant critic, and risk manager on projects valued in the billions of dollars. Each of these gigs involved writing, creativity, and some even allowed her to use the occasional adjective. Fiction writing was always something she did on the side until her first novel, "Shadow of Twilight" was published by people who even paid her for the privilege.

Amanda has two college-age daughters who make her proud, and a wonderful husband. Ian, whose Scots accent she can now understand, almost. When not writing, Amanda is a compulsive reader in any genre, but sometimes breaks away long enough to knit or make cheese (the enchilada mozzarella, not so good, the goats milk camembert, heaven). She and Ian are in the process of renovating their Victorian home in the historical district of Galveston.
Let her know how you enjoyed the story, the setting, and even ask her what is next for the characters or for her own life: Amanda@goneferalpublishing.com

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Books

Brides of the Storm
By Amanda Albright Still
Price: $3.99 USD. Words: 88,010. Language: English. Published: April 20, 2013 by Gone Feral Publishing. Category: Fiction
One Too Many Brides: A woman thought to have died in the 1900 Great Galveston Hurricane shows up at her husband's wedding to a new bride. Her arrival in town brings a string of gruesome murders that a plucky female attorney, Dash Gallagher, must solve before everything she loves is destroyed. In the hunt for the killer, Dash learns the dead can be more helpful than the living.
Echoes of the Storm
By Amanda Albright Still
Price: $3.99 USD. Words: 88,390. Language: English. Published: November 28, 2011 by Gone Feral Publishing. Category: Fiction
The storm took almost everything she had. Now a dead woman may take the rest. A widowed attorney, Mrs. Dash Gallagher, attempts to rise from the tides of the Great Hurricane of 1900 and make a life for herself and her adopted daughters. Dash’s world is destroyed again when another body washes up on shore. The body is not one of the storm dead, but a murder victim who had been her client.

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