Amy Quick Parrish
Official Website of Award-Winning Screenwriter and Author of Amazon #1 Bestseller in Teen & Young Adult Action/Adventure
Into Dust: The Thunderbird Chronicles
"Janey Santiago is the Wonder Woman of West Texas—she's an anti-hero that is growing into something bigger than she may even realize."
—A.J. Mayers, author of FINAL BOARDING
"THE FREQUENCY starts with a wink toward THE WIZARD OF OZ, and quickly goes down the rabbit hole of THE MATRIX or MISTER ROBOT. A darkly conspiratorial reimagining of just what this climate change really means." -- Actress Jen Ponton, DIETLAND
"A fast-paced story with lots of action and suspense. I can't wait to read the sequel."
IN THE PRESS
Mystery, romance and suspense in the West Texas Desert! A fast-paced, supernatural action/adventure. Janey Santiago is the strong, inspiring, cynical but hopeful, down-to-earth heroine that we’ve all been waiting for. The intriguing, believable characters, and engaging plot left me hungry for the next book! I can't wait to find out what is in store for Janey Santiago and her handsome, bad-boy mentor, Augusto, as they work for justice in West Texas and the border towns of Mexico.
As a middle school English teacher, I have read lots of young adult novels. Some are great, some are uninspired. I found Into Dust to be not only inspired, but inspiring. It will most definitely be on my recommended reading list for the upcoming school year. Now, I patiently await the next book in the series.
Monica Van Tuyle, Middle School English Teacher
The book was an impressive start for what I hope is a long-running series. I could truly feel the settings as I read the descriptions. Each character was distinct and not stereotypical at all. I could say I knew a few of these people in my life.
The kindle book was hard to put down, even at 3am.
Richard E. Olmos, Amazon Reader
Lynn Sutton, author of Animally
Amy Quick Parrish is the author of Into Dust: The Thunderbird Chronicles, the first in a new young adult series. The story is based on a web series she wrote and directed while teaching high school Spanish in Texas. A graduate of the University of Michigan, her writing has been published in The Atlantic and her films have screened in festivals around the world. She won the Spirit of Moondance Award at the Moondance International Film Festival for her feature screenplay, The Court of Lions, and an Indie Award of Merit for her short film, Hokey Smokes! Frank Allison and the Odd Sox. She now lives in New England with her husband, teenage son and two cats.
Amy Quick Parrish is the winner of the Spirit of Moondance Award for her feature screenplay, The Court of Lions, at the Moondance International Film Festival.
She has directed several short films and a web series and won and an Indie Award of Merit for her short film, Hokey Smokes! Frank Allison and the Odd Sox. Her short film, 40 Bucks, will premiere at the Hang Onto Your Shorts Film Festival in Asbury Park, NJ April 21, 2018. For more information on her films and screenplays, visit: IMDB or see her screenwriting site