We got to speak with Author Amy Morford
from Fair Oaks, California. She started writing
about her passion, then started writing for her
great niece, but now she’s ready to write adult
Her newest project ‘Sincerely, The Boss,’ is
geared for the ladies it is a leap into fiction
romance. “I wanted to create a story that
centered around a strong female lead,
dangerous men, complicated romances,
spicy sex and a lot of plot twist. I wanted to
create something that would be hard to put
‘Sincerely, The Boss
Working tirelessly in menial jobs, Margo Harris hopes to rebuild her life after being accused of a crime she didn’t commit. Her relationship with her children is strained, her ex-husband is a jerk, and life isn’t easy, but she’s determined to make everything better when a sexy regular at her restaurant, Salvatore Mazzillo, gives her an offer she can’t resist. Even if she wanted to.
Caught up in a world of murder and deceit, Margo finds herself torn between steamy,passionate nights between the sheets and the truths she doesn’t want to face. As she unravels mysteries from her past,she begins to question the things she holds most dear. In a world of loyalty and lies … who can she trust?Who will she cling to?
One wrong decision and Margo could lose it all. Again.
This breathtakingly sensual and suspenseful ride will have you questioning what real love means in a web of intricate stories and…are people really who they say they are?’
Sincerely the Boss is available on Amazon.com Now!
She’s also written dog training and informational books that range from puppy basics, dog
training as well as eldercare and the numerology behind your pet’s name. As well as a
Children’s fiction series, ‘The Pup Pup Series’ She said, “The Pup Pup Series are fun booked designed to teach children about the responsibility of owning a puppy and learn about holiday traditions through the eyes of Pup Pup the German Shepherd.”
We wanted to know the first book that captured her attention she said, “As a child, I remember loving Clifford the Big Red Dog books and looking forward to new issues of Highlight Magazine. Around second or third grade, before bedtime, my mom would read one chapter per night from the Hardy boy’s books and this is where my love of Mysteries began. This ritual continued until I was reading them on my own. Somewhere around the age of fourth grade, I remember being infatuated with author Judy Blume and her children’s books.”
She’s lives by the quote ‘Go Big Or Go Home.’
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