Born in Seattle long before Seattle was cool, Indie Author Amy Tupper moved with her parents to Paris, France for three years in the mid ’80s, where she attended the American School of Paris. While there, she had many adventures, like the time she became separated from her friends after a Bryan Adams concert and spent the night hanging out with a hooker until her father could pick her up. Having survived mostly unscathed, Amy returned to the U.S. to complete her studies at an enormous high school in Northern Virginia. It was there, in Creative Writing class, that she wrote her first book. With that out of the way, Amy set about graduating from Randolph-Macon Woman’s College with a degree in Communications. She now lives in Morrisville, NC as a mid-career telecommunication professional with a husband who asks every night about dinner and two tween daughters who pester her to tell stories. When not ignoring the fact that dinner reoccurs every 24 hours, writing, or thinking about writing while watching TV, Amy attends as many alternative rock concerts as her babysitters will allow.
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