About Amanda

Amanda McIntyre’s storytelling is a natural offshoot of her artistic creativity. A visual writer, living in the rich tapestry of the American heartland, her passion is telling character-driven stories with a penchant (okay, some call it a wicked obsession) for placing ordinary people in extraordinary situations to see how they overcome the obstacles to their HEA.

A bestselling author, her work is published internationally in Print, eBook, and Audio. She writes steamy contemporary and sizzling historical romance and truly believes, no matter what, love will always find a way.  Connect more by visiting: amandamcintyresbooks.com


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Contact Amanda: amandamcintyre.author@gmail.com

Media Info:

Amanda McIntyre writes for publishers of digital, print and audio books and is published internationally.

Other Books by Amanda McIntyre:



Rugged Hearts, Book I Wyatt & Aimee

Rustler’s Heart, Book II Rein & Liberty

Renegade Hearts, Book III Dalton & Angelique

All I Want for Christmas (Kinnison holiday novella)


No Strings Attached, Book I

Worth the Wait, Book II (2017)


Lost and Found/Crossover novella

Georgia on My Mind/Crossover Novella (April.2017)

Wild at Heart/Wild Irish Crossover Novella (Oct.2017)


Going Home /Sapphire Falls Kindle World

Thunderstruck/Hell Yeah Kindle World


Stranger in Paradise

Tides of Autumn

Unfinished Dreams

Wish You Were Here


A Warrior’s Heart

The Promise

Closer to You (formerly Wild & Unruly)

Christmas Angel (formerly Fallen Angel)

Tirnan ‘Oge

The Dark Seduction of Miss Jane


The Master & the Muses *(audio/international)

The Diary of Cozette *(audio/international)

Tortured *(audio/international)

The Pleasure Garden *(audio/international)

Winter’s Desire *(audio/international)

Dark Pleasures *(audio/international)



What a lucky man her husbands is! Do you research "those" scenes in your book personally?
*Sorry, but no-most are not. Yes, my hubby is a lucky man, but not because of ' those" scenes that I write.  It's fiction, people. Would you expect a thriller author to write great murder scenes by personal experience?

So, where do you get your story ideas?

*I'm a people watcher and I listen to music. Sometimes I see a painting, an odd bit of research or news, or maybe a photo and wonder, " what if?"  The muse taps me on the shoulder quite unexpectedly at times!

Of all the books you've written, which is your favorite?

* Impossible to say. Books are like children, I heard an author once say. It's true. You have aspects about each that stick with you. My own standard is if I don't fall in love with my hero, or like my heroine by the end of the book, then no one else will either.

Are you a pantser or plotser?

*I have done both. Depending on the project.

Do you have authors that have influenced you?

* Absolutely, and some I haven't even read their books;)  If you were to ask, do I have auto buy authors, I'd have to say even that goes in spurts. Examples would be, the Night Slayer serires by Robin T Popp, anything by Anne River Siddons, Judi McCoy's Dog Walker Mysteries, Alexandra Sokoloff's novels--then I get into single title favorites like, Stephen Kings, The Shining, Christina Skye's Christmas Knight, English Through the Ages, Edgar Allen Poe, Stories in Stone--and I love research books! I'm as eclectic in my reading as I am in my music.

Do you listen to music when you write?

* I sometimes do. Depending on the mood I'm trying to set for a scene or if I'm just trying to relax my brain to go with the creative flow. Other times, I prefer the quiet, or the sound of the wind in the trees or the rain on my windowpane.

What is your favorite time of day?

*Twilight. Long before it became a movie.

Do you have a favorite quote?

*I have buckets of fav quotes! I am a 'quote' junkie. But the oldest quote taped to my computer monitor is "The Greatest Risk is Not Taking One."

Name something about you that most people don't know.

* I often write my first draft in long hand and polish as I type it in the computer. Contrary to most authors, my thoughts flow faster/ easier when I write, than when I type--at least in the first draft. I also use only classic Black Bic pens when I write. 

Do you have other burning questions on writing that you'd like to ask? You can email me at amandamcintyre.author@gmail.com