The endearingly bitter writer, Amy Gallup has happily isolated herself from the world spending the last two decades teaching and reviewing- she's done a lot of thinking . . . but very little writing. On an unassuming morning, in her slippers, Amy trips in her backyard, goes head-over-heels, and into the side of a birdbath. The hospital clears her of head injury- so Amy returns home. When a local reporter shows up for a scheduled interview- Amy is not quite herself. The article paints Amy as a zen-goddess of writing, publishing . . . and life. Her bizarre interview was interpreted as the rambling of a true genius. But all that really happened was: Amy fell down! The next thing she knows, friends and fans are coming out of the woodwork. Suddenly Amy is on radio shows, keynoting a major publishing event, and guiding a local writers' retreat. But the strangest thing of all: Amy starts to write. Readers witness Amy confront her past and present, and choose to take down the walls she so carefully wrote up around her. AMY FALLS DOWN is a novel both surprisingly heartwarming and a witty mirror into today's publishing world- as only Jincy Willett could write.
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