Ami Blackwelder

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Ami Blackwelder writes paranormal and SyFy.
Zombies, Vampires, Mers, Elves, Angels, Shifters

Rebecca May is her pen name for Historical and Contemporary Romances like THE DAY THE FLOWERS DIED

Mia Black is her pen name for Dystopian Thrillers. This line will take longer to hit shelves since she seeks literary representation.

"I'm extremely impressed with the quality of your writing and the range of your storytelling. Feel free to send script when you're done.”-John McLaughlin (One of the screen writers for Black Swan, and Great Gasby)

The Gate of Lake Forest -"I must say I could not put them down. I read the first book in one night; I know my students would love to hear more about your books.”-Charla VandeBerg (Raymond B. Stewart Middle School in Zephyrhills)

Shifter Evolutions -"This is a fast-moving story, never a dull moment. I thoroughly enjoyed every moment of it.” -Imogen Rose (Author of Portal Chronicles)

‘This is a very well structured piece of writing. I very much like how you create the opening atmosphere using a good range of strong sensory descriptions. Very powerful! Also what is very good is the suspense you build by what you don’t tell. this sets up the storyline so very well. You build a very credible character in April. Great narrative, great dialogue, great book!’ -Famlavan

‘The pitch is great and the writing solid. The imagery is touchable with fluid narrative. The secret is well revealed and I liked the fact it came as a surprise to the character too. You can almost feel there is another world shivering in the background waiting to pounce.’ -Owen Quinn

‘Wow. This is a good story. I like the way you hint in chapter one that something big is wrong with April but then take your time revealing that - makes this a suspenseful read. It also makes April a sympathetic character, because she's as in the dark as much as your reader in the beginning. Well done.’ -Burgio

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Talking Books with Ami Blackwelder
Talking Books invites Ami Blackwleder to talk about her writing process and her Shifter Evolutions six-part saga! http://amiblackwelder.blogspot.com

How to Make Shifter Mask
Make a shifter mask for Halloween or parties! Or your own home-movie! http://amiblackwelder.blogspot.com

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The Day the Flowers Died (War World II Romance)
Price: $3.99 USD. Words: 82,560. Language: English. Published: December 30, 2009 by Ami Blackwelder. Categories: Fiction » Romance » General
A Passion set in the time of prejudice. A novel about love and loss. The completed final edition. 1930 Munich. Two Lovers. Different Worlds. A Crumbling Country Book Taste Review: Ami Blackwelder paints her words in this gently narrated historical romance set in Munich, Germany early 1930. The scenes recreate pre-war Germany...


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Ami Blackwelder's favorite authors on Smashwords

Alice Duncan
Latest book: Heaven Sent. Published July 24, 2012.
C.B. Hoffman
Latest book: The Bridge. Published March 17, 2010.
Jacob Ray
Latest book: Deadache...(A spoof about killer headaches!). Published July 27, 2010.
Joseph Collins
Latest book: The Whispering Fields. Published December 11, 2009.
Lillia Forsythe
Latest book: Sons of Sin. Published December 7, 2009. (3.00 from 1 review)
Magnolia Belle
Latest book: Lady Gwendolyn. Published June 20, 2013. (5.00 from 2 reviews)

Smashwords book reviews by Ami Blackwelder

  • Little Wolf Ranch on April 13, 2010

    This was an excellent book. I love her entire series. She adds such flavor and details to the history with well-rounded characters of multiple dimensions. Once you read one, you may be hooked, so be ready for the series of Black Wolf novels. Excellent job! http://amiblackwelder.com
  • PORTAL (Portal Chronicles Book One) on July 03, 2010

    Portal by Imogen Rose is a young adult science fiction that asks the question, what if we could go back in time and make things different? Arizona Stevens -brunette, hockey player, 'hates' her younger sister, parents are divorced high school student -finds herself in the back of her mom's vehicle on the way back to her house one evening and soon discovers that her whole life…her whole world…has turned upside down. She is now no longer Arizona Stevens. Arizona Darely -jet blond, cheerleader, 'loves' her younger sister, and parents are married (wait…not the dad Arizona Stevens knows), high school student -finds that living a life different from what she knew is going to take some real talent to pull off. Desperate to return to her world…her life…and not let anyone (including friends and family) in on what might be considered her 'break-down', she sticks with what she knows and after a few bumps in the road, not so easily blends in. But after meeting Kellan and falling for him, she begins to appreciate the difference this new life has brought to her and considers this Arizona Darely girl might have more to offer than superficialities. Her mother appreciates this new life too, as we find out her mother is behind this 'altered existence' as she works in a physics job, and has uncovered a way for time-travel. The novel introduces Arizona to the reader in the first third of the book, and we get to meet all of her friends, her 'Kellan', her friend-emies, her new dad, and problems. By page one hundred, Imogen Rose cleverly incorporates romantic twists and science fiction details that make this read very enjoyable and intriguing. I love the premise and the character Arizona (great name) is a protagonist that keeps the interest of the young adult reader and maybe even some of the older audience as well. By page one hundred I found I could not put the book down and flipped through the pages to find out what was going to happen to Arizona Stevens…I mean Arizona Darely;) A great read for science fiction fans, young adult fans, romance fans, and those who have always thought, I wish I could do it differently? Reviewed by Ami Blackwelder Author of The Hunted of 2060
  • Hoodie on Dec. 13, 2011
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    `Brendon Lancaster author of Hoodie has emerged out of London...well, first Paddington, then Fulham, then East London and now Palmers Green, North London. His first novel was inspired by his own personal struggles growing up in London and the difficulties surrounding the youth today, his simple yet authentic portrayal of the main character of his novel has a wide appeal. His careful skills of observation with a hint of imagination helped him to create many of the characters. Having read his novel it definitely has a flare of teenage realism mixed with slang, palpable dialogue and interesting characters. While this is not my typical choice for reading, the story was written well for its genre and rang genuine and I found myself feeling for the characters. Everyone will be able to relate to some aspect of the flawed personalities. But it must be noted that my favorite part to this novel was the last chapter -Can You See Me, where the author incorporates a personal poem. I found it poignantly emotional and authentic as well as an original concept to arrange an entire chapter that way as well as provide a clear and perfect ending to the story. I give this novel four out of five HOTS: HOT HOT HOT HOT Reviewed by ami Blackwelder author of The Hunted of 2060
  • Hoodie on Dec. 13, 2011

    `Brendon Lancaster author of Hoodie has emerged out of London...well, first Paddington, then Fulham, then East London and now Palmers Green, North London. His first novel was inspired by his own personal struggles growing up in London and the difficulties surrounding the youth today, his simple yet authentic portrayal of the main character of his novel has a wide appeal. His careful skills of observation with a hint of imagination helped him to create many of the characters. Having read his novel it definitely has a flare of teenage realism mixed with slang, palpable dialogue and interesting characters. While this is not my typical choice for reading, the story was written well for its genre and rang genuine and I found myself feeling for the characters. Everyone will be able to relate to some aspect of the flawed personalities. But it must be noted that my favorite part to this novel was the last chapter -Can You See Me, where the author incorporates a personal poem. I found it poignantly emotional and authentic as well as an original concept to arrange an entire chapter that way as well as provide a clear and perfect ending to the story. I give this novel four out of five HOTS: HOT HOT HOT HOT Reviewed by ami Blackwelder author of The Hunted of 2060