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Amelia C. Gormley
Amelia C. Gormley published her first short story in the school newspaper in the 4th grade, and since then has suffered the persistent delusion that enabling other people to hear the voices in her head might be a worthwhile endeavor. She's even convinced her hapless spouse that it could be a... show more

Amelia C. Gormley published her first short story in the school newspaper in the 4th grade, and since then has suffered the persistent delusion that enabling other people to hear the voices in her head might be a worthwhile endeavor. She's even convinced her hapless spouse that it could be a lucrative one as well, especially when coupled with her real-life interest in angst, kink, social justice issues, and pretty men.When her husband and son aren't interacting with the back of her head as she stares at the computer, they rely on her to feed them, maintain their domicile, and keep some semblance of order in their lives (all very, very bad ideas--they really should know better by now.) She can also be found playing video games and ranting on Tumblr, seeing as how she's one of those horrid social justice warriors out to destroy free speech, gaming, geek culture, and everything else that's fun everywhere.You can find her self-published Impulse trilogy almost anywhere ebooks are sold, and check out her catalog of Riptide Publishing releases at their site.
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Gosh I Wish I was a Good Writer
Gosh I Wish I was a Good Writer rated it 3 years ago
Okay, the premise that this could be / should be read as a standalone book is ludicrous. You need to know and understand these characters' past to really connect with their future. I thought everything progressed in an agreeable and conceivable way. Rhys and Darius and the entire band of players are...
Debra E's Never-Ending TBR
Debra E's Never-Ending TBR rated it 4 years ago
Review originally posted at Sinfully.While I’ve read other BDSM stories where one of the men has a disability to be considered, this is the first time I’ve come across a disability that, if not handled correctly, could actually kill the sub. Amelia C. Gormley did a fantastic job of presenting this ...
Cat Among the Pigeons
Cat Among the Pigeons rated it 4 years ago
Beebs' Review I requested this book because the premise intrigued me, a haemophiliac who is also a masochist, how was that going to work? Well, I'm happy to say that it did. Robin is not looking for a relationship after a major betrayal form his ex-boyfriend but he is intrigued by Geoff from the m...
StitchersGirl
StitchersGirl rated it 4 years ago
Well, this one covered a lot of complex issues in just a few pages. Chris, a young and promising athlete, needs a scholarship in order to not leave college with a debt as high as Mount Everest. But a sports scholarship and coming out just doesn't seem to go together, no matter how much you're wishin...
The Way She Reads
The Way She Reads rated it 4 years ago
I’m not entirely sure what to say about this book. I mean it was good…very good. More than that, Bane gives a satisfying conclusion to the story that started in Strain. But that is also my problem, this is the conclusion of a story I’ve lost myself in. From the moment I met Rhys and Darius in Strain...
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