Books by Amanda Uhl
THE MIND HACKERS BOOK 1
THE MIND HACKERS BOOK 2
THE MIND HACKERS NOVELLA
PAINT, PROMOTIONS & PERFECTION
CHARMED BY CHARLIE
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I started writing Healing Kiss nearly four years ago. I imagined a scene where the heroine, who disappeared suddenly after calling off her engagement three years earlier, returns to ask her former fiancé for help, only to find he has become a billionaire. She’s desperate–her sister is dying and the only one who can possibly …
The latest book in the Mind Hackers series, Dark Waves, is coming May 21! It is the shortest in the series to date (it’s about a 20,000-word novella), but it packs a punch. Preorder your copy now! Here’s the back cover blurb and a short excerpt: A fearless doctorParanormal psychiatrist Dr. Audrey Gilbert is not …
As Stephen King famously said, you gotta “kill your darlings.” He meant, of course, that writers need to be ruthless in the editing process. No matter how well-written, if the copy doesn’t fit the story, then it should be struck from the finished manuscript. Most writers will have “cut” scenes—fully written scenes the author eliminates …
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Amanda Uhl is an award-winning author of fast-paced, romantic suspense novels with a paranormal twist and humorous, big city contemporary romance with small town heart. Amanda holds a bachelor of fine arts in theatre and a master’s degree in marketing. Over the past twenty years, she has worked as an admissions representative and graphic designer, owned her own freelance writing company, and managed communications for several Fortune 500 companies. Amanda is an avid reader and tea connoisseur and lives with her husband and three children in Cleveland, Ohio. When she’s not reading or writing, you can find her gathering beach glass on the Lake Erie shoreline or biking in Cuyahoga Valley National Park.