Jason DeRusha :: The Middle of Nowhere

Jason DeRusha :: The Middle of Nowhere

Can I brag that I finished your book today? I feel like I’m so late to the party on this thing – but it was outstanding! I really enjoyed it. Your writing style is such a pleasure to read, and I love the technique you used — sometimes slowly revealing which character was narrating each […]

Kevin Watterson :: The Middle of Nowhere

Kevin Watterson :: The Middle of Nowhere

The dialogue from the characters was beyond superb and so very natural that it may be the highlight of the book. But the way she told the story, weaving it from character to character with a deft hand you wouldn’t expect from a writer’s first effort, truly elevated the book.

Scott Stuglemeyer :: The Middle of Nowhere

Scott Stuglemeyer :: The Middle of Nowhere

528 pages in 3 days. I haven’t read like that since college. I haven’t been moved to read like that since before then. Excellent character development and the story just keeps bringing you in deeper until finally you tell yourself it’s time for bed…after just one more chapter. At first the chapter layout strikes one […]

Tyler Olson :: Flinguistics

Tyler Olson :: Flinguistics

Years ago, I hired Amber to write my online dating profiles for OkCupid and PlentyOfFish as well as help craft messages to send to women. As a data geek, I found it fascinating that after we went with her profile suggestions, the quantity and quality of women who viewed my profile and wanted to go […]

CJ Camp :: Flinguistics

CJ Camp :: Flinguistics

“I am comfortable meeting women and fairly confident in my ability to hold up my end of an interesting conversation. However, when I decided to try online dating, I knew a woman’s input would be vital when it was time to write a profile. Amber helped me with my profile and I have gotten a […]