Amy L. Boukair is a short story author, published novelist, and an occasional poet. Her first self-published novel – the time travel romance Indigo, was well received by readers and reviewers alike from around the world. She is currently working on a new urban fantasy novel Shade, which is planned for release in late 2018.
Welcome To My Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World!
Glad you could stop by for a few. Please feel free to peruse the shelves, grab a hot drink, sit back, and relax.
As you hopefully know by now, Indigo has been released into the wild! After a few years full of fits and starts, I’ve finally gotten him out of my head so he can now get into yours. It’s available in both paperback and ebook from most online merchants. I LOVE seeing the positive reviews it’s getting – so if you read it, please let me know what you think!
More news on the Indigo front – it is officially an audiobook! If you know me, you know I have a passion for audiobooks – so seeing Indigo be brought to life through voice is very exciting. If you enjoy audiobooks as I do, you’ll love the narration done by the amazing voice talent, Lisa Ashmore. She really brings Maya to life, so be sure to download it!
While I’ve had many suggestions for a sequel to Indigo, I’ve been working on an urban fantasy story, Shade. I’ve always loved the concept of modern-day mages (a la Benedict Jacka‘s Alex Verus series – highly recommended btw), and now I’m putting my own twist on the genre. I had linked up with Inkshares to try to become part of The Nerdist Collection in a contest, and in an effort to promote pre-orders of the book, I have published draft versions my first three chapters for free here. Have a quick read and drop me a note on my Facebook page if you like it (and even if you don’t!) For more info on Shade, check out the Shade page. The contest has ended (I didn’t win…), but the material is still up there for your perusal. I’m going to look into posting the most recent versions here at some point, as I’ve not updated my Inkshares page.
For you non-fiction readers, I still intend to turn my article The Child You Expect into a full-length work as well but am focusing on Shade for the time being.
Thank you so much for stopping by. Your support of my writing is most appreciated.