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Amber Kizer

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Amber Kizer is not one of those authors who wrote complete books at the age of three and always knew she wanted to be a writer. When she faced a rare chronic pain disorder her freshman year of college, she knew she was going to have to learn to live outside the box. After one writing workshop, she fell in love with telling stores and she’s still going strong. Her characters tend to be opinionated, outspoken, and stubborn—she has no idea where that comes from.

A food lover, she plans trips around menus, wishes cookbooks were scratch and sniff, and loves to make complicated recipes—especially desserts. When she’s not reading from a huge stack, she’s coaxing rose bushes to bloom, watching delightful teen angst on television, or quilting with m


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Description: When the Green Club goes Mellow Yellow!
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MERIDIAN (Literature & Fiction)
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MERIDIAN-Prologue (Literature & Fiction)
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Description: The prologue of MERIDIAN--release date August 11, 2009
Behind the scenes of MERIDIAN (Entertainment)
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Description: MERIDIAN is Amber's summer 2009 paranormal novel. This was a guest post on The Tollbooth website about how the novel came to be.
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“Everything changes. Everything is temporary, except for the sky. When you find yourself caught up in the horrors or heroes of a lifetime, look up. Don't look down. That which is beneath our feet is liquid, but the sky, the sky is solid, constant, ever ready and ever hopeful that the sun will rise in the morning and the moon will rise at night. They don't really set, you know. They're always rising, just rising for someone else.”
Amber Kizer, Meridian

“Love is the greatest act of faith.”
Amber Kizer, Meridian

“What good is a quilt if it's unused? The same as a life unused. They're meant to be wrung out and frayed around the edges. That's the way of things. Always has been. Always will be. ”
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“My first, and most lasting, addiction has always been to the obsessive study of any matter that took hold of my curiosity.”
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