lucky seven

A. M. Null’s Lucky Seven

Alias RavenWe’re excited to welcome A. M. Null to our blog! She’s the author of ALIAS RAVEN, the newest addition to our imprint The Studio, and you can read her interview below to learn more about her.

You can pre-order ALIAS RAVEN, a YA thriller, here.

 

 

1. If you were a dessert, what would you be?

I would be pistachio gelatto with fresh raspberries on the side. A little nutty, a little sweet and tart.

2. What’s the next place on your travel Bucket List?

Ireland. Would love to see the beautiful countryside and castles.

3. Which actress would you want to play you in the biopic of your life?

Maybe Winona Ryder? We used to look alike a bit.

4. What book has inspired your writing the most? 

On Writing by Stephen King. So much good advice within that slim book.

5. Who is your secret cartoon crush?

Aquaman.

6. Favorite TV show right now? 

Stranger Things.

7. When you were six years old, what did you want to be when you grew up?

A comedian.

A.M. Null is the pen name of author Heather Davis. She was born in Seattle, Washington, where, thanks to her teacher father, she spent every morning of seventh grade reading in the library, waiting for school to start. She read through every mystery and thriller she could get her hands on, and has always dreamed of writing her own.

She attended The Evergreen State College, where she studied film, but found storytelling in written form was her true calling, and so began her writing career with the publication of her first Young Adult novel, Never Cry Werewolf. Subsequent novels include Wherever You Go and The Clearing, which was a finalist for the RITA award for Best Young Adult Romance.

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