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About A.D. Hay


I’m Amelia Hay. I write under the pen name A. D. Hay.


I’m the author of the soon to be published, James Lalonde Thriller Novels and I’m the coach for aspiring authors. I help aspiring authors just like you, to write and market their books, so they can create their dream business, build their author platform, and be creatively independent, on my Indie Authorpreneur Blog.


I’m also the host of the Caffeine Read Write Repeat Podcast and, I’m a book coach. Right now, I’m editing my soon to be published thriller novels, Immunity and Silence. When I’m not writing, hosting my podcast or coaching aspiring authors, I love to travel around Europe with my husband Roland, drink tea, and eat pizza.

What brings you here, today?

A Writer Travels: The USA and Europe in One Month

The month of December was all about travelling adventures for Roland and I. We only spent a few days in London. We’ve travelled to San Francisco, Munich, Strasbourg, Paris, Poitiers, then back to Paris for New Year. A lot of these travel destination where for work-related purposes and due to the location independence of my businesses, I tagged along with Roland and worked as we travelled.

The Cleaner by Mark Dawson | A Spoiler Free Book Review

This is another one of those classic cases where I’ve read a book and thought, I must review this book for my Thriller Novel Nerd Blog. Alas, several months later, I’m now getting around to writing the review for The Cleaner by Mark Dawson. The reason I wanted to write this review was twofold. First, I loved it. The book was unexpected deep, sad, and emotional. Second, the book was written by a successful self-published author. It’s my intention to review both sides of the publishing world, traditional and self-published or indie authors. Well, the best of both worlds.

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