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Amy Miles is the author of multiple published novels, including her bestselling young adult immortals books, The Arotas Series. Unwilling to be defined by any one genre, she has written paranormal romance, science fiction/fantasy, post-apocalyptic, romance, inspirational, and plans to continue to explore new genres.

She is the co-Founder of Red Coat PR, a firm helping indie authors build a marketing base for their career. Amy is also the co-Founder of Penned Con, an annual two day convention held in St. Louis MO bringing readers and authors together with industry professionals to learn, grow and give back. She and her husband are heavily involved in charity work through Action for Autism, a St. Louis based organization aiding families with autism and founded the Penned Con scholarship to benefit area families.  She is an avid reader, urban homesteader, weekend golfer and netflix binge addict who lives with her husband and son in South Carolina.


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  1. I love that you aren’t afraid to write for different genres. We have varied interests so why can’t we write about them?! It’s wonderful that you do. I have written Romance and paranormal. I also love fantasy fiction; a good ol story about magic and realm travel. Keep it going ! Your bio alone makes you a best seller! Cheers, Koko

    1. Koko, thanks so much for your kind words. I write what i love to read and im eclectic 🙂 its easy to become stifled if you stay in one genre. Branching out scares some authors. Youre starting all over with a new reader base and many times have to adjust how you matket but i believe its totally worth it!

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