Who’s That Indie Author? Amie Irene Winters

Author name:  Amie Irene Winters

Genre:  Supernatural and Horror Fiction

Books:  Strange Luck, The Nightmare Birds, A Darling Secret. Forthcoming: Summoner of Sleep


When did you begin your writing career?  I was always excited about creative writing in elementary school but didn’t start writing an actual book until college. I wrote a few “practice books” throughout my undergraduate and master’s degrees and ultimately published my first book (Strange Luck) a few years after that. I’ve been writing books ever since.

What’s your approach to writing? Are you a “pantser” or a planner?  Panster.

What’s your working style – morning or late-night writer?  Morning.

Do you work at a computer or write long-hand?  Computer.

What gets those words flowing, coffee or tea?  Black Coffee.

Favorite book:  Chocolat by Joanne Harris and Love in The Time of Cholera by Gabriel Garcia Marquez.

Favorite movieThe Dinner Game by Francis Veber

Favorite musician:  Type O Negative is my all-time favorite band. A close contender is Summoning. I listen to them whenever I write.

Social media links:
Website:  amieirenewinters.com
Facebook: @aiwinters
Twitter: @AmieIWinters
Goodreads Author: Amie Irene Winters

Awards/special recognition:

A Darling Secret: Fantasia Reviews Best Story of the Year (2017)
The Nightmare Birds: Cybils Award Nominee (YA Speculative Fiction), Fantasia Reviews Best Story of the Year (2016), Pennsylvania Young Readers Choice Award Nominee, Amelia Bloomer Project Field Nominee
Strange Luck: Indie 50 Top Book, Library Journal SELF-e Selection, Pennsylvania Young Readers Choice Award Nominee

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13 thoughts on “Who’s That Indie Author? Amie Irene Winters

  1. Hi Aimee! I think “pantzing” is the only way to go, particularly with captivating books like yours. Thanks for introducing Aimee’s work to us, Barbara.

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