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Please feel free to contact me with any questions or requests. Amanda is represented by Ali Herring at Spencerhill Associates Literary Agency.

Amanda's bios

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Amanda Pillar is an USA Today Bestselling author and award-winning editor who lives in Australia. Amanda is the author of the Graced series, the Heaven's Heart series, and is co-author of the Moonlit Hills series. Amanda has co-edited six fiction anthologies and solo-edited two. She is also an archaeologist.

 

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Amanda Pillar is an USA Today Bestselling author and award-winning editor who lives in Australia.

Amanda has had numerous short stories published and has co-edited the fiction anthologies Voices (2008), Grants Pass (2009), The Phantom Queen Awakes (2010), Scenes from the Second Storey (2010), Ishtar (2011) and Damnation and Dames (2012). Her first solo anthology, Bloodstones, was published by Ticonderoga Publications in 2012 and was followed by the sequel, Bloodlines in 2015.

Amanda is the author of the Graced Series, the Heaven's Heart series, and co-author (with K.V Adair) of the Moonlit Hills series.

In her day job, she’s an archaeologist.


 

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Amanda Pillar is an USA Today Bestselling author and award-winning editor, who writes and edits urban fantasy, romance, horror and science fiction. Amanda lives in Australia with her husband, two kids, and cat. She's the author of the unique Graced series and the Heaven's Heart series, and is the co-author of the Moonlit Hills series. She has had over a dozen short stories published, with her fiction appearing in Space and Time Magazine, Kisses by Clockwork, Cranky Ladies of History, the Red Penny Papers, with more to come.

 

Amanda won the Aurealis Award for Best Anthology in 2015, the Australian Shadows for Best Edited publication in 2010, and has been a finalist in the Aurealis Awards three times, the Ditmars three times and the Australian Shadows once. Amanda co-edited the fiction anthologies Voices (2008) (with Mark Deniz), Grants Pass (2009) (with Jennifer Brozek), The Phantom Queen Awakes (2010) (with Mark Deniz), Scenes from the Second Storey (2010) (with Pete Kempshall), Ishtar (2011) (with KV Taylor), and Damnation and Dames (2012) (with Liz Grzyb). Her first solo anthology, Bloodstones, was published in 2012., followed by Bloodlines in October 2015.

In her day job, she's an archaeologist.

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