as found in Etched:
Curiosity stirred with wandering tendencies make Amyanne Rigby ‘one of those people’. You know that type who just can’t pass by an old cemetery or rustic, time-worn building without stopping to explore? That’s her.
Amyanne blames her ‘distracted by old relics’ on her early memories with her grandfathers; one was a farmer and the other a landscape artist. Together their influence had a profound effect upon her as a writer and lover of life.
A native desert dweller, Amyanne enjoys exploring the red dirt and crimson cliffs with her husband, Travis, and their five children. As a blogger, she describes those adventures as well as her love for Veyo Pies and the mouth- watering cookies from Jacob’s Lake (near the Grand Canyon) on her blog.
Amyanne is a 1996 Summa Cum Laude graduate of Southern Utah University where she majored in English and minored in Psychology and French. Her work as a contributing writer for Etched gives her a pass to hit the road to seek and find. When she’s not writing, her favorite pastimes include reading, running, and hanging with her Rigby(s).