Amanda Stevens lives in Houston, Texas, where she works fulltime on her two series: The Graveyard Queen for MIRA Books and Soul Jumper for Harlequin Teen. The author of over fifty novels, she’s also a three-time Rita finalist and the recipient of career achievement awards in Romantic Suspense and Romantic Mystery from RT Reviews. Her Graveyard Queen series has been bought by NBC.
I was born and raised in the rural South and cut my teeth on folklore rife with ghosts, witches and a river monster that prowled the waters where I went swimming. My childhood home was very old and creepy and a wake was once held in my bedroom. Floorboards creaked, ceilings sagged and rocking chairs rocked of their own accord. Not surprisingly, The X-Files will always be my favorite show. In my spare time, I love road trips, TV marathons and collecting old books. One of my most prized possessions is a first edition of Edgar Rice Burroughs’ A Princess of Mars.