Amy C. Shannon is a writer/author and poet (semi-retired). Amy C. Shannon runs the book review blog "Amy's Bookshelf Reviews," which has become extremely popular for Indie authors and their books. She runs a writer's blog, The Official Blog of Amy Shannon, which she uses to promote herself as well as other authors, and provides services for them as well. Amy is the author of over 100 stories, with more than half as part of different series or sagas. Amy Shannon is one of the hosts of Amy and McKensie Presents The Global Bookshelf on YouTube.
On a personal note, in 2015, Amy received her Bachelors of Arts in English; in 2016 her Masters of Arts in Adult Education and Training, and her MBA, certified in accounting in September of 2019. She is also an ordained minister.
Amy has been writing most of her life, poetry, short stories, full length novels. Amy offers assistance to other authors, to help them promote and market their work, or just guide them through the publication process. Amy is an experienced editor, (content, copy and editorial feedback), and promoting literary professionals' work and brand.
She is currently working on short stories, using dictation and recording tools since she had been
diagnosed with a Functional Neurological Disorder, which affects how her nervous system sends signals to various parts of her body, causing tremors, spasms, and pain. She has also been diagnosed with Rheumatoid Arthritis, which currently affects her hands, elbows, shoulders, hips, knees and feet.
Amy C. Shannon is not only the co-host of the podcast, but she handles Guest Relations.
Literate-Ly Magazine is a bi-monthly literary magazine.
The purpose of Literate-Ly Magazine is to recognize authors and their work, expose new reads for readers, allow authors and literary professionals share their work and experience, and to educate authors of all levels and experience.
The mission of Literate-Ly Magazine is to educate, entertain, and promote authors and other literary professionals.
First book published: May 2005
Fiction Novels: 95
Poetry Books: 3
Short Stories: 25
Final Book: (My Final Chapter: A Legacy of words)
Books under other pen names:
Alex Tempera: 11
Royal Henry Bleu: 7
Kindle Vella Books: 2
It is run under Essence Enterprises. Amy's Bookshelf Reviews is a not-for-profit business, as Amy’s Bookshelf Reviews does NOT charge for reviews. Amy's Bookshelf Reviews is a professional review website, which accepts review requests from any author, and accepts most genres (with a few minor exceptions if the book promotes hatred of any kind). There are policies and procedures to follow. In operation since 2014.
The mission of Amy's Bookshelf Reviews is to help promote authors and allow them to share their stories using my reviews. #ReviewsMatter and they are very important for authors. Reviews can be the baseline for promoting and selling an author's work.