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Amy Leigh Strickland
Attended University of Montevallo
Lives in Calera, AL
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My favorite healthy ship on TV is Leslie and Ben from Parks and Rec.
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What happens when a group of Florida teens find out that they are the Greek Gods reborn? Find out from this Kickstarter. 
A comic spin-off of the YA series about fourteen Florida teens who discover strange powers and an ancient immortal past.
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Magic, machines, and danger! A steampunk adventure set in 1883 America.
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Kyle's book is now available for preorder. Watch the trailer and grab a copy of Mars 01 at the special Kindle preorder price of 99 cents. We also have a paperback preorder going on.
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Discuss the Olympia Heights Kickstarter with the creators. Tweet @AmyLStrickland with comments and questions.

https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/matterdeep/greek-mythology-comic-olympia-heights-lightning-ro
This Hangout On Air is hosted by Amy Leigh Strickland. The live video broadcast will begin soon.
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I'm relaunching my YA Greek Mythology novel series as a comic and I need to Kickstart funds to pay for art. Check it out!
A comic spin-off of the YA series about fourteen Florida teens who discover strange powers and an ancient immortal past.
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Writer & Teacher
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Calera, AL
Previously
Calera, Alabama - Savannah, Georgia - Townsend, Massachusetts
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Writer, Teacher
Introduction
Amy Leigh Strickland is a writer, and teacher from Massachusetts, living in Alabama. She was educated at the Savannah College of Art and Design, where she majored in Performing Arts. Amy is married to Kyle Strickland and together they have rescued a terrier (Apollo) and a beagle (Linus).
Bragging rights
Retweeted by Felicia Day, endorsed by Blake Northcott, guest author at the Alabama Phoenix Festival, BFA in Performing Arts, master of Harry Potter book trivia.
Education
  • University of Montevallo
    Education, 2010 - 2013
    M.Ed. Secondary Educations, English LA
  • Savannah College Of Art And Design
    Performing Arts, 2004 - 2008
    BFA Performing Arts
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Female
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Networking
Birthday
June 8
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Married
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Amy Leigh Albro
On Monday, June 8, I called Lovelady plumbing because we needed a plumber to come out and snake the drain from our AC unit to the outdoor pipe. I spoke to the manager on the phone about exactly what I needed done and she quoted me a price. I scheduled an appointment for the next day. Two plumbers came out, climbed into my attic, blew in the pipe, told me they didn't have the tool for the job, said the pipe was clear, charged me $95, and left. They also gave me some line about how an AC unit isn't supposed to produce condensation, which 6th grade science would tell you is wrong: when you take humid, hot air and cool it, water must come out. The next day we realized the AC had kicked off again and went up to find the pan full and the pipe not draining. My husband called the main number to complain and left his phone number, requesting a phone call, but the plumber called me back on my number. My husband spent ten minutes talking to the plumber, who insisted that the pipe was unclogged (despite the fact that we could see it was clogged and not draining). The plumber was pushy, interruptive, and in the end we wasted $95 to have two guys look around our attic and give us an uninformed opinion on our AC unit. Had the woman on the phone just told me they couldn't do it, I would have saved nearly $100. They came out knowing what I expected them to do, they charged me, and they did nothing.
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I really love this place, even if it's not perfect. It's fast food, so the expectation can't be too high. They have friendly employees (at least the ones who have been there when I've gone in) and good subs. Their prices are comparable to subway but the quality of the meat seems much better. Their chicken salad is too pickly, but that's my only critique of the food. They have 8" (compare to Subway's 6") and 12" subs, a Coke machine that lets you add flavorings, and every meal comes with a pretty good pickle. I prefer it to Subway, and it is a quick stop if I'm rushing to pick up dinner after a late night at the school.
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Food: Very GoodDecor: GoodService: Good
Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago
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My husband and I love to visit Mizu. I am a sushi fiend and get the craving to devour some sushi at least once a month. The food is delicious, and there are menu options for sushi eaters and less adventurous diners who just want fried rice and steak. The creamy ginger dressing on the salads is A-mazing. I have searched for a similar dressing, but I just can't find one. I have eaten at the bar, the hibachi, and in dining and all three have been an enjoyable experience. The place is classy and the waiters are effective without being intrusive. Mizu is my favorite date-night stop.
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Food: ExcellentDecor: ExcellentService: Excellent
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reviewed 2 years ago