Kate Hibbard

Science and English just don’t mix. Stereotype has it that, if you’re good at one, you’re rubbish at the other.

Amanda C. Davis smashes that stereotype to pieces.

Davis graduated from Grove City, a liberal arts college about an hour north of Pittsburgh, with a degree in mechanical engineering. She found work at Bloom Engineering Co. in Pittsburgh.

After being laid off in 2009, she accepted a job with her current company in Lock Haven at which she helps build industrial boiler burners.

Davis started writing at a young age. It all began in the first grade when her teacher gave the class a prompt, “How to Train a Dinosaur.” Davis has been writing almost constantly since then.

These days, Davis mainly writes short stories in the horror, science fiction and fantasy genres.

She has well over 40 published works under her belt, the most recent being “The Scry Mirror…

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