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Amy Plum

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Amy Plum

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Amy Plum's first novel Die For Me became an international bestseller and was chosen by the prestigious Indie Next and Romance Times lists as a top pick. The second novel in her planned trilogy, titled Until I Die, was released May 2012. The final book in the series, If I Should Die publishes in May 2013.

The Die For Me series is set in Paris, and Plum draws on her knowledge of Paris and its rich history to tell her tale of innocence and seduction.

Plum was raised in Birmingham, Alabama and attended Wheaton College in Chicago, where she received a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology. After college, she spent five years in Paris, and then moved to London to study for an Master’s degree in Medieval Art History.

While in England, she met her husband, and they moved together to New York where Plum worked in the art business. After leaving New York, Plum and her husband lived in the French countryside while she taught English literature at Tours University.

She now spends much of her time in Paris while writing full-time. Plum and her husband have two children.

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10-Week Writing Seminar at Les Mots
Paris writers and readers — I’m giving a 10-week writing workshop here in Paris starting in September, and this time it’s not just for teenagers! My course is the only one being offered in English at Paris’s new creative writing […] see more »

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