Author Archives: Amanda McIntyre

About Amanda McIntyre

Amanda McIntyre’s storytelling is a natural offshoot of her artistic creativity. A visual writer, living in the rich tapestry of the American heartland, her passion is telling character-driven stories with a penchant (okay, some call it a wicked obsession) for placing ordinary people in extraordinary situations to see how they overcome the obstacles to their HEA. A bestselling author, her work is published internationally in Print, E-book, and Audio. She writes steamy contemporary and sizzling historical romance and truly believes, no matter what, love will always find a way. Learn more and get connected at

Chasing Away the Chill Amanda McIntyre

GRANDMA CLOCK /JELLYBEAN ARRIVAL: ‘8 WEEKS’ ETA Is anyone else ready for Spring? This coming from a life-long Midwest girl who has seen her share of what Iowa winters can do. This up and down weather pattern is NOT conducive … Continue reading

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Hittin’ the road in 2017!

The holidays are over, the decorations are down (Ok, most of them, since I leave up a pencil tree in my dining room year round) but January has arrived and wow, is this year going to be busy!! First and … Continue reading

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Legacy of the Heart by Amanda McIntyre

Legacy of the Heart by Amanda McIntyre This is such a busy time of year—with the decorating, the special holiday events, baking, planning for family to all gather at home. There is so much to be grateful for. In my … Continue reading

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There’s a storm brewing! Get Thunderstruck! Hell Yeah! Kindle World

Launched yesterday was ten brand, new stories in Sable Hunter’s Hell Yeah! Kindle World series! My offering to this great series is THUNDERSTRUCK! I was intrigued by Sable’s Louisiana setting in her Hell Yeah! world and so chose her Evermore … Continue reading

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Bonfires, storytelling, and road trips!

October 12,2016  By Amanda McIntyre It has been a whirlwind past few months and it shows no sign of slowing down—however, I am excited that October is finally here for many reasons! Bonfires*hoodies* tailgating*farmers markets*wine-tasting*road trips* fall colors To name … Continue reading

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Welcome back to End of the Line, Montana!

Goodbye summer! Hello Autumn! (Okay, not really for a couple of weeks–Sept. 22– but I’m SO ready!!) Newly released over Labor Day  weekend is a special holiday treat from End of the Line, Montana! ALL I WANT FOR CHRISTMAS revisits … Continue reading

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All I Want for Christmas?

No, you aren’t hallucinating! While the lawnmowers are going outside (Literally!) and the scent of chlorine from the neighbors new above ground pool wafts through the air, I’ve been plugged in (barefoot and sporting noise-canceling ear buds) to Youtube listening … Continue reading

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Phenomenal Cowgirls!

Winner of the Phenomenal Women gift card: Elaine Sweeney! Please contact me at to arrange for your prize! So, since its post Mothers Day, and it will be June before I wish to reveal the next project I have … Continue reading

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Let the Adventure begin! 2016 RT Booklovers Conference!

Amanda McIntyre here and by the time you read this I’ll be jetting my way to Las Vegas to the conference that has become like a family reunion to me! I was unable to attend last years conference due to a … Continue reading

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Return to End of the Line, Montana!

I’m excited to say that in just a few days (March 22) I’ll be releasing the first book in a new spin-off series of the Kinnison Legacy! NO STRINGS ATTACHED  features Clay Saunders and Sally Andersen’s story and what a … Continue reading

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