I’m Amy and I tell stories. I don’t like to stick to one kind of story. Some are tragic. Some are funny. Some are about me and others are decidedly not.

I started the fore-runner to this blog back in the early days of blogging (in ancient times when I had to write my own html to do it). Remnants of its former incarnations are still likely floating out there in the internet ether. Much like my early writing and forays into fan fiction, they don’t hold up to my current standards, but creating them did teach me a lot.

Nowadays, I’m still telling stories and this is the blog on which I do it. Here you will find information about my writing, my inspiration, my research, and a little bit about me in general. Sometimes you’ll also find complete non sequiturs, but I like to think you were warned about this with the “about me in general” bit.

What else might you want to know?

I’m newly 30 and still adjusting mentally to that, though my mother used to tell me growing up that I was an 80 year old woman in a child’s body, so maybe the adjustment won’t be so hard as I think. I have incredibly hip hobbies like knitting, gardening, and genealogy, and I have what I believe are legitimate addictions to both coffee and pizza. Lastly, while I am incredibly shy and have an unfortunate case of resting confused-and-uncertain face, I’m actually a friendly person, so if there’s anything else you might want to know, feel free to reach out. You can leave me a comment or find me on twitter @rosainverno

 

And now for the professional sounding third person bio for the back of books:

Amy writes for that in between time, for young and new adults, and in a variety of genres: historical fiction, contemporary fantasy, memoir, poetry, and a multitude of experimental genre types.

This blog explores a variety of topics and expands on not just Amy’s own writing, but also research on subjects she’s working on and on writing/publishing in general.

She’s based in Southeast Michigan along with two of the best cats in the world.

4 thoughts on “About

  1. Amy, I am intrigued by the Legend of League Park. I work at Schuler Books in Lansing, Mi. You should consider consigning your books at each of our stores. Thanks for the interesting historical capsules about women in baseball history!

  2. Hi Amy! My theatre company, “Infinite Variety Productions’ will be writing a script on a section of women in baseball from history. We will be in Wyoming for the summer and wanted to start our research. Any recommendations? Places around there to visit or people to interview? Thank you for your help.

    1. I would love to be of help to you, Ashley, but my knowledge of Wyoming is very limited. I’ve never had the chance to visit, unfortunately. The University of Wyoming does have an interesting archive at the American History center which might be able to direct you to resources though: http://www.uwyo.edu/ahc/

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