Royer, Amber.  “When Krom-ish Eyes Are Smiling.”  Amazing Stories, Issue 5. Fall 2019

Royer, Amber and Jake.  There are Herbs in My Chocolate.  Revised and Expanded.  2019.

Royer, Amber.  Pure Chocolate.  Angry Robot.  2018.

Royer, Amber.  Free Chocolate.  Angry Robot.  2018.

Royer, Amber.  Column.  Dave’s Garden.  2011-2014.
  Column where I write about gardening, cooking, crafting and herbs.

Royer, Amber and Jacob.  I Can Can With Herbs. Golden Tip Press.  2014.

Royer, Amber and Jacob.  There are Herbs in My Chocolate.  Golden Tip Press.   2013.
  Two cookbooks that highlight my nonfiction interests.

Royer, Amber.  Tastes of a Tropical Farm.  Appleseeds Magazine.  January 2012, p. 18-19.
  Article for children’s magazine.

Royer, Amber.  The Incredible, Edible Tree.  Oddessy Magazine.  April 2011, p. 39-41.
Article for children’s science magazine.

Royer, Amber.  Various Articles.  E-How.  2011.
 Articles on crafting.

Royer, Amber.  Book Reviews.  Fresh Fiction.  2010-2011.
Reviews of both non-fiction and fiction.

Royer, Amber.  A Walk Through Dandylyon’s Garden.  Golden Tip Press.  2010.
  Self-published book highlighting my crafting and gardening interests.

Royer, Amber.  Stump the Librarian Column/Virtual Library for NaNoWriMo YWP.  November 2006, 2007.
  Column where I answered reference questions relating to the plots of students participating in the Young Writer’s Program.  Content no longer live.

Royer, Amber.  Murder By the Book.  Produced by the Comedy Killers, June 2005.

Royer, Amber.  Curse of the Pink Planters.  Produced by the Comedy Killers, April 2004.
Two farcical murder mystery plays produced by a professional theater company.

Royer, Amber.  The Live Trap.  Byline Magazine, May 2002, p. 20, 4 p.
  A short story wherein a woman must come to terms with her friend’s death and help three orphaned children become a part of her family.


Founding member Saturday Night Write.  Current member WORD and The Writer’s League of Texas.

Past member SCBWI, RWA, Writer’s Bloc, Denton Writers Critique Group, Golden Triangle Writer’s Guild.

Teaching Testimonials

Stevens, Chris.  Publishing a Cookbook: A Journey.  Padoozles, November 2014.
  A student from one of my classes relates how the course inspired her to keep writing.

Winner of the Etsy Fort Worth February Upcycle This! Craft Challenge. February 2012.
  Our crafting business won their contest for best crafting tutorial using a specific recycled item.

Barack, Lauren.  Pen Ultimate.  School Library Journal, September 2009.
  Lauren interviewed me about the role I played as the official librarian for the NaNoWriMo Young Writer’s Program.