Amber Byers is an award-winning author and head judge of the Tadpole Press 100-Word Writing Contest. As the founder and CEO of Tadpole Press, Amber delights in celebrating creativity and connecting with a worldwide community of writers.
A member of the Sault Ste. Marie Tribe of Chippewa Indians, her Indian name is Nijgan Bamsid Manidog (One Who Walks with Spirits).
Her book, Sophie and Spot, won a Gold Medal for Best First Book in the chapter book category from Moonbeam Children's Book Awards. Amber also published a short story, The Magic Door Origin Story, which is based off of parts of her childhood.
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“Amber was very in tune with my vision and vested in helping me tell my story.
This enabled me to realize my dream without changing the nuts and bolts of my story.
Awakening Cocijo launched from dream to reality because of the positive feedback and motivation provided to me by Amber.”
- Thomas Juarez
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