Amelia Atwater-Rhodes Message Board

nikkie posts on 3/24/2013 3:01:30 AM Hi! I love the Kiesha'ra series and I was hoping you might consider writing a book about what happens to Marus? It just seems like there is such an unfinished story with him and a lot of potential.
Damien Hex posts on 11/11/2012 4:21:20 AM Hey i was wondering if you ever planned to make your books into Movies, I love reading your books over and over, but if you ever made a Live action movie about the books that would be awesome as heck, i would deffinitly go see them all to... Heck Multible times... Books are good to imagion, but putting a face to the names, and a Look people can see to the places mentioned like New Mayhem, Or Jessica, Or Aubery, and all that would be breathtaking, and i know people would jump to see them, And a word of advice to people sending her hate in the message board, if you wanna hate on someone for a book they write it's called "get a life loser" Seriously she writes these books unbiased of Sexuality of people, i got lesbian and gay friends and they love these books just as much as i do, if your gonna discriminate people based on What sex they perfer your a loser, it's not the 1920, it's 2012 grow the heck up
catherine posts on 1/21/2011 1:42:46 PM Disgusting and not normal. I couldnt even finish wolfcry because I felt sick. I definitely wont be buying any more of her books. By the way, yeah homosexuality is gross and its not normal or they would be able to have kids like a REAL couple.

Ray posts on 10/29/2010 3:23:13 PM Lesbianism (and homosexuality in general) is not a choice, nor is it really a lifestyle. Would you say that your lifestyle is "being straight"? No. And who would CHOOSE to be treated so horribly, oppressed by government laws, etc. I mean, honestly, guys. It's a lesbian. In a book. Who cares? She's a wonderful character. I hate the profanity filters.
NuPheonix posts on 3/24/2009 12:39:41 AM Amelia, I must tell you that as a 19 year old bisexual woman from Philadelphia, I support you. As a reader since the age of 14 (I'm three years younger than you) your books are phenomenal! There has always been a satisfying twist and the book works out smoothly. Personally, to those of earlier posts, and as one who can talk for both sides equally, stick to you're own sexuality so the other doesn't bother you. Amelia majored in psychology also, which means every time you send something homophobic, then you show that you lean farther that way in the sexual spectrum. She knows this, and yes, it has been proven physically and mentally time and time again. As for the books, I've read them all. The fact that fate was a theme justifies that Oliza became a lesbian when it was dangerous to bear a child,...and there were no condoms around. Wolfcry and Hawksong are my favorites, though I couldn't do without The Den of Shadows that got me hooked. P.O.M. was great and the ending that had a part of Shevaun stay within Erin's mind was a nice way to address Erin's fear of losing the knowledge she had gained from the complex and taxing relationship. GO YOU!!!
May posts on 2/12/2009 1:40:22 AM I have been reading the shapeshifter series. I love the world she created, and would do anything to be an avian or falcon. It's such a magical world I can't but help feeling moved into it. I just finished wolfcry. I can't believe that Oliza just gave up her responsibilities like that just because of some futures she saw. Those foreseen futures are not definite, and some only happen when very specific (perhaps, unlikely) events happen. Yet, she took them to be the definite truth and gave up. Another thing that concerns me is the Avians/Serpiente's reactions to her lesbian decision. With Avians being as reserved as they are, wouldn't they be against this lesbian-ness? Plus, shapeshifters have some animal characteristics in them (short tempers for serpiente). Birds and snakes are not homosexual. Sigh, if Oliza had to run away from her crown, she should've eloped with Nicias, the falcon. Not some lesbian wolf. The author spent several books that make Oliza's decision very suspenseful. And then she throws it all away. Maybe the reason Bitias didn't want to be queen of that pack was because she was interested in females, not males.
zuleika yoshi posts on 8/8/2008 8:31:56 PM i really wasnt disgusted by the ending, just extremly suprised and i really wanted her (oliza) to end up being with the falcon!
Redheaded bookworm posts on 3/30/2008 9:33:20 PM I love her books i have read almost all her books and now im doing research on her for school she is a pretty cool person
Bloodlust posts on 3/11/2008 9:20:53 PM ok fist midnight predator was like the best i wonder if she'll make a second like she's doing with shattered mirror
kallista posts on 2/20/2008 10:32:52 PM is All Just Glass ever going to be published or is it just a side project? i really hope it becomes an addition to Amelia's collection.
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