Amy Harmon shares her love for Irish poet, William Butler Yeats and gift a #signed #copy of What the Wind Knows in #RomanceLoveCelebration

Our winner is Tanya Atkinson! Congrats! Hi dear friends, I am overjoyed to welcome Amy Harmon on the blog today! Amy is the author of many books that I all loved and one of them is my “best of the bests”! She is one of the first authors who has agreed to be interviewed when […]

What the Wind Knows by Amy Harmon truly bewitched me! 5 stars Review

Synopsis In an unforgettable love story, a woman’s impossible journey through the ages could change everything…Anne Gallagher grew up enchanted by her grandfather’s stories of Ireland. Heartbroken at his death, she travels to his childhood home to spread his ashes. There, overcome with memories of the man she adored and consumed by a history she […]

#T4AuthorsChallenge: Amy Harmon: Shelfie

Well this is the last and shortest post about Amy Harmon in this challenge as I only get to show you my “shelfie”! Know that some of her books (Infinity plus One; The Law of Moses; The Song of David and Running Barefoot)  are on my Kindle only… Happy Sunday! Sophie

#T4AuthorsChallenge: Amy Harmon Favorite Quotes

Hi friends! I’m late to post today about my favorite quotes by Amy Harmon. Once again I should choose one but I can’t as I’m always highlighting like mad when I read her books. Seriously her writing is so gorgeous that every sentence is inspiring! Here are my favorites from each book that I’ve read: […]

#T4AuthorsChallenge: Amy Harmon: Favorite Book: Making Faces

Hi dear friends, Fifth day about Amy Harmon in this challenge! Today’s topic is about my favorite book. I adored From Sand and Ashes but my utmost favorite one remains for years now: Making Faces. Here is some of what I wrote about it:   “Five diamond stars! WARNING: this book is so beautifully written […]

#T4AuthorsChallenge: Amy Harmon: Favorite Female Character…I have two! Eva and Mercedes.

Hi dear friends, Today’s challenge is about my favorite female character written by Amy Harmon. Well honestly I have two fantastic female characters. Really different from each other but exceptional nonetheless. First one: Batsheva “Eva” Rosselli in From Sand and Ash Eva did everything she could as a kid to make Angelo feel at home. […]