It's a Writerful Life
Rebecca Amiss has been writing and telling stories since she was a teenager. She has always enjoyed writing about subjects that matter and are important to her. While Historical Fiction is one of her favorite genres to write in, Rebecca hopes to connect with readers through a wide range of genres and subjects. When not writing, Rebecca enjoys watching movies, binge-watching her favorite TV shows, and reading. You can connect with Rebecca on Twitter, Instagram, and Goodreads. You can also follow her on Pinterest
THE FIRST SNOWFALL OF CHRISTMAS EVE
November 24, 2019
On Christmas Eve night, a woman tells her young grandson about a magical Christmas she experienced as a child. In 1942, all Barbara wants for Christmas is for her soldier father to come home. She enlists the help of Santa to make her special wish come true.
DOWN BY THE BAY
April 28, 2020
Set in 1970s Louisiana, Down by the Bay: A Southern Gothic Short story is a riveting tale about grief, forgiveness, and letting go of your dark past.
Luellen was wrongfully blamed for the death of her best friend as a child. 20 years later, she returns home and must confront that horrific night, as well as the heartbreaking secrets she's been forced to keep for so long.
SUMMER OF '77
June 21, 2021
Twelve year old Albert Weiss' life is crashing down. Six months after the death of his mom, his dad decides to move them from Manhattan to York, Maine for a fresh start. With his grief still very raw, Albert becomes more determined to hate his new home, constantly putting him at odds with his father. Albert's dad avoids every opportunity to mention his mom, making Albert feel like he has no one to turn to.
Enter Robin Harper, Albert's eleven year old next door neighbor who blows into his life like a tornado. She is eccentric as she is compassionate–and someone who just may be the key to Albert and his dad healing.