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32 thoughts on “Welcome”

  1. Hi Dani

    For someone who was born in California you seem to know a lot about Michigan and other Eastern cities. Just curious did you live out east at one time? I’m looking forward to your next western. Best of luck to you. Wild Bill.

  2. Hi! My name is Sara Mendelson and I’m the author relations coordinator at Pubslush, a global crowdfunding platform exclusively for books and literary projects. I recently came across your work online. When I discovered your work I was very intrigued! I would like to know if you have any future projects in the works and see if we can help.

    I would be more than happy to answer any questions you may have by phone or email, so let me know what you think! Hope to hear back from you soon.


  3. Are any of the books shown above a second John Rockne? I really enjoyed Dead Wood and would like to read another. I also enjoy your Mary Cooper series.

    1. Hi Teresa! Thank you for your interest. Unfortunately, I have not finished the sequel to DEAD WOOD but I hope to some time this fall. I will let you know!

  4. What a surprise! I graduated from Shorewood HS in 69 and own a small weekly outside of Huntsville, AL. I picked up your book and had a pleasant read as I do enjoy the genre. You have spent a good bit of time in Milwaukee and the references were fun. Your protagonist, Burr, was enjoyable with a unique personal flaw–considering the city’s history.

  5. I really liked the circuit rider books, bought them as series’ and really liked the format. Something to look forward to, etc. I guess that format was not good for everyone, and they have all but snuffed it out. I would love another novel with those two characters in it. Even if they decide to take another path.
    I have read almost all your books and while some are better, for me, than others, they are all really well written. Thank you for your work. I truly hope it is rewarding.

  6. I just finished reading To Find A Mountain but sad when it ended. Is there going to be another book about them starting over in America? Thank You for an enjoyable book where I wasn’t bored at any time and very interesting. I enjoy stories set in that time period since I was born in 1935. I can remember the war ending. Lots of great stories out there that have been told and I’m glad I read yours. GAB

    1. Thank you, Georgette! Yes, there are a lot of great stories out there from that time. I’m thinking about a second book, but I haven’t decided yet.

  7. Have you stopped thinking about rm 729? I want my .99 back! Not really.
    I love your writing. There is something Elmore Leonard-esqe about your westerns. I consider them better, because the characters are less pinched, somehow. ( Plus, you don’t have a Hamtramck accent. )
    My parents immigrated from Glasgow to Highland Park, when I was a baby.
    Although I left for the army in ’66 and didn’t go back, I have never forgotten the Detroit of the ’50s & ’60s. Everyone seemed to be an immigrant back then.
    I am a little pissed about the Serial, but from the reviews I’ve read, you did that with the first western, as well.
    Maybe It’ll turn out to be well worth the wait.
    Please take care of yourself, Ms. Amore. I am counting on you for entertainment until I kick.
    Best Regards,
    Allen Murdoch Muirhead
    Tampa, FL

  8. I have read just about everything you have put out here in kindle land. I just wish you could write faster than I can read. Keep ‘em coming.

  9. Just stumbled across your books–I always download the freebies from BookBub.com, and when I find an author I like, I spend the $$$ to read whatever else he/she has written. So far I’ve downloaded 4 of your books, and I just went back for more. Love the way you write, excellent character development–Bonus!! You’re my paisan!! So, of course, I’m more than happy to spend the $$$ to read on. I am very intrigued by your Historical Italian fiction novel and plan to read it next. Keep at it–your writing is a fabulous source of entertainment. Thank you, Toni C

  10. I really enjoyed To Find A Mountain, especially since an Italian friend grew up in Italy during the War and often relates stories of German occupation. He told us that Mussolini warned the Germans to “leave the women alone”. Sadly Tony’s young brother was killed when he stepped on a German explosive by accident. This is my first book by you’

    1. Thank you, Meg. I’m glad you liked the story! Sorry to hear about your friend’s brother – that kind of thing happened a lot back then.

  11. I read your book ” To find a mountain” and I thank you because a went back to my infancy. I too, like Benedetta, lived the war but in a city with the SS walking in the street with their black dobermans . An American pilot gave me my first piece of chocolate and my first banana. My father too was a partisan.

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