“I like to write. I like to rock.”
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 was separated from her friends after a Bryan Adams concert. She spent several interesting hours hanging out with a French hooker while her father raced to pick her up.
HAVING SURVIVED FRANCE mostly unscathed and highly impressed, Amy returned to the U.S. to complete her studies at an enormous high school in Northern Virginia. It was there in a creative writing class where she wrote her first book. With that accomplishment under her belt, Amy attended a grand old dame of a school, Randolph-Macon Woman’s College, earning a degree in Communications and a notion that she could slay dragons.
AMY NOW LIVES IN MORRISVILLE, NC and works to make sure her company responds to customers in the social media channel in which they engage. Her husband is a nice man who never fails to ask what is for dinner, a question echoed by two teen daughters who over accessorize. When not directing her family to forage in the freezer, writing, or knitting while watching TV, Amy attends as many alternative rock concerts as time will allow.
Watch old alternative concert videos that required Amy to stand really still at youtube.com/user/jessableu