Amanda Wilson was born in Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada. She attended Grenfell Campus, Memorial University
where she graduated with degrees in English Literature and Education.
Amanda is an author, writer, and mental health blogger. Her blogging had led to international recognition, including acknowledgement and collaboration with several organizations, such as the Canadian Mental Health Association (CMHA), #SickNotWeak, and To Write Love on Her Arms (TWLOHA). She is also a contributing writer for The Mighty.
In August 2017, she made her official “in print” debut in the book Lemonade Stand: The i’Mpossible Project with her story entitled “When My Story Began: Living with PTSD.”
In August 2020, she published her first novel, Where the Land Meets the Sea.
When she’s not writing a new novel, updating her mental health blog, or watching anime, you can typically find her curled up with a good book while sipping on a chai latte.
Amanda resides in Corner Brook, Newfoundland and Labrador with her husband and son, their two rescue cats, Arty and Daeny, and an English Mastiff named Miesha.