Exactly Where They'd Fall is now available in all e-formats and paperback! Click for more info!
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Laura Rae Amos
PO Box 150006
Alexandria, VA 22315
Laura Rae Amos writes kooky and emotional relationship dramas (about people who do questionable things in bathrooms), stories that are often tragic, usually witty, sometimes poignant, and a little bit crass.
also = wife // mommy // Michigan-native, metro D.C. transplant // occasional photographer // not really much of a musician anymore // "the quiet girl" // Buddy's Pizza // tree-hugging hippie // B.A. English, Creative Writing // cosmopolitans // defectively shy and kind of antisocial // shamefully dorky Sims 3 habit // caffeine junkie
I am still seeking honest and thoughtful reviews for Exactly Where They'd Fall. If you have an established book blog or presence on Amazon.com or Goodreads, please feel free to contact me for a review copy! Available in any e-format. Paperbacks will be given very sparingly due to shipping costs.
e-ARCs for Nine Nights with the Studly Buddha are expected to be available in fall/winter of 2013.
A Thousand Simple Truths: Leila's novel
to date, 4 keyboards have died to produce these stories
keyboard #1: death by coffee, knocked over by child carrying a broomstick // keyboard #2: death by ice water, my fault // keyboard #3: gravely ill, arrow keys ceasing to function, which makes editing a bitch - declared terminal, will euthanize soon // keyboard #4 (and whole laptop): killed dead before its time by a vicious internet virus :( // keyboard #5 (on new laptop): was accidentally injured just days after its arrival by a fingernail that flicked off its "+" key -- really, it should NOT be that easy to flick off a keyboard key! But otherwise, is alive and well.