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Wednesday, January 15, 2014

Teen Fury Trilogy is now Complete

Amanda Torrey began her writing career in elementary school as Amanda J. Sullivan when her not so short story "They Called It Dare Mountain" was published in Trumpet Club, Young Authors of America, Volume 2.

"Three cheers for your peers! Here are all the prize winning selections in this year's trumpet Club Young Authors of America Contest stories, essays, and a poem- written by boys and girls like yourself, and never published anywhere else but in this book. "Angel" by Ian B. DeMeritt, "Awful Day" by Michiko Hanao, "Kate Did It" by Eileen Markey, "The Weirdest Dream of my life. . . Part III" by Chris Joplin, "Brotherly Love" by J.S. Eldridge, "The Talking Iguana" by Andrew Eric Harrison, "Days on the Bus" by Ron Riske, Jr. "The Farmer's Choice" by Johnny Quinones, "My Fisby Friends" by J.J. Donahue, "Growing Up" by Naomi Anne Schaefer, "My Trip to School" by Mario Demasi, "A Wintery Day" by Luci Crawford, "They Called it Dare Mountain" by Amanda J. Sullivan."

Amanda managed to resist the siren call of her characters as long as she could, until Felicia hit puberty and the snakes started sprouting from her head.

Thus began the YA trilogy Teen Fury.

The first book Unleashed is currently FREE!

The second book of the trilogy is a wonderful portrait of a young girl/woman who has lost her way.

The third and final book of the trilogy is about Felicia maturing and having to find herself in a world that has become alien to her.

This book is a must read for mothers and their daughters! (The young men in my life have also enjoyed reading the entire series.)

Amanda also has an adult novel in which she turns up the heat.

Amanda is currently working on a small town romance and I can't wait to see what she does with it.

To find out more about Amanda Torrey and her books visit her website Her blog is also on her website.


  1. Thank you for this very kind tribute! Since I had the privilege of growing up with an author for a mother (aka- the fabulous Liberty Blake), writing had to be a natural path... ;) I love having the opportunity to share my stories with readers. Thank you so much for featuring my books!

  2. I am so proud of you and your talent.

    You are a fabulous writer, and I would believe that, even if you weren't my daughter.