Amanda Garrie

Life for Amanda Garrie started out in a village where dissent had been rife, where witchcraft was still on the agenda, where unearthed skeletons lay on the roadside for weeks on end and from where her schizophrenic mother was carted off to the asylum.

Life went on, at home and at school, but those experiences writhed and grew behind the cloak of her ‘normal’ life. Now, she has  bought herself the time to wrestle them onto the page. She is delighted to be involved with Café Three-Zero and asks simply that you watch this space. There is much she has planned.

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