Author of “The Memory Jumper”
To keep her mind-altering powers a secret, Adelaide lives in an underground safe house with her narcissistic mother Fawn. Together they sell her illegal Memory Jumping abilities for profit—but when Adelaide decides to break, Fawn’s grip on her life only tightens.
I’m Amanda Brown, proud multitasker.
I dabble in all the things. A professional LA-based graphic designer, I:
- run my own blog and podcast (which is on hold right now while I work on my book),
- am the author of my upcoming debut novel with Lost Island Press,
- create resources for studying the Bible,
- write books about angsty girls with big hair and big problems (unrelated issues),
- write and lay out original devotional studies and e-books,
- run my blog’s Instagram,
- do self-portrait photography,
- kill plants,
- and watch Seinfeld.
A tiny girl in a tiny corner of the internet with BIG thoughts & dreams.
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