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A.M. Harte is a London-based speculative fiction enthusiast and chocolate addict whose work includes the dark fantasy novel "Above Ground" and the zombie love collection "Hungry For You". She is excellent at missing deadlines, has long forgotten what 'free time' means, and enjoys procrastinating at http://amharte.com

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A.M. Harte I'm working on a little bit of everything. Currently I have an Above Ground side story / novelette in the works, another short story collection, and a…moreI'm working on a little bit of everything. Currently I have an Above Ground side story / novelette in the works, another short story collection, and a dark fantasy/horror novel set in contemporary London. Eventually I will finish one or all of them!(less)
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Solid Moments (Literature & Fiction)
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Description: Life is in the little things. The quiet moments between lovers. The precious minutes when we are most ourselves. A.M. Harte’s second collection is a tribute to the defining fragments of life – a blind girl rediscovering sight, a scorned lover finding solace in research, a brother meeting the sister he never knew he had… With Solid Moments, A.M. Harte captures the essence of passion in the moments that it lays itself bare.
Above Ground (Science Fiction & Fantasy)
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Description: The first glimpse of sun may be her last. When Lilith Gray goes above ground for the first time, she hardly expects to stay there — much less be trapped on the surface with no way home. Hunted by trackers and threatened by the infected, Lilith is on the run, desperate to return underground. Her only hope for survival lies with a taciturn werewolf with a dark agenda of his own. Lilith’s old carefree life has been reduced to one choice: Adapt. Or die trying.
Hungry For You (Horror)
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Description: Love is horrible. It’s ruthless, messy, mind-altering, and raw. It takes no prisoners. It chews you up and spits you out and leaves you for dead. Love is, you could say, very much like a zombie.
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“When I am lonely for boys what I miss is their bodies. The smell of their skin, its saltiness. The rough whisper of stubble against my cheek. The strong firm hands, the way they rest on the curve of my back.”
A.M. Harte, Hungry For You

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Thomas Amo Thanks for adding me A.M. I'm looking forward to reading your book, "Hungry For You!
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Harlequin Books Hello A.M., it is a pleasure to meet you.


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Nancy Brauer The Other Sides quiz is a great idea!


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Ilyn Ross Dear Anna,

How are you? Thank you for accepting my friend-request, for entering to win Reason Reigns, and for marking it to-read.

Please visit these groups when you have a chance: “Happy & Brainy Group” and “To the Glory of Man”.

Have a marvelous Friday and weekend. Warmest regards.



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