Amy Brown

Hello! My name is Amy, but please call me Jami. After a long talk with myself, I made the decision that I am a gender-neutral individual, and as such, I require a more ambiguous name. And I am looking for a pen-pal. I guess it’s an email-pal, though, but whatever.

I’m 29 years old, I enjoy writing and reading, knitting, although I’m not allowed to do so in the unit I currently reside in, catnapping, snuggling and playing with dogs. I would love to get a guitar once I go to Medium security, so that I can make music. 🙂

I currently work in the prison’s library, and I find that I really enjoy helping people find books. When I release in 2033 (June 26, to be exact) I want to work in a library then.

I also enjoy playing Magic: the Gathering and Skyrim. At least I did before getting myself locked up.

I don’t really know what else to tell you… I’m nerdy and weird, and I am who I am. Growing up, I never fit in well with my peers, no matter how much I tried, so I decided that if I’m going to be odd, I’m at least going to enjoy being odd… And I never looked back!

So tell me about yourself, now! 🙂

Message me through Securus.

State: Washington
Inmate ID# 402714
Name: Amy Brown
Agency: Washington State Department

My mailing address:

Amy Brown DOC #402714
Washington Correction Center for Women
9601 Bujacich Road NW
Gig Harbor, WA 98332

Do not send cash, personal checks or stamps. The mail will be rejected and returned to you at the inmate’s expense. The letter(s) inside must be addressed to the inmate on the envelope.
Mail must have a return address (as defined by the USPS ), including an identifiable last name. 

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