Amy Inspired by Bethany Pierce

By Bethany Pierce

Amy Gallagher is an aspiring author who, after numerous rejections, has settled for a profession as an English professor in small-town Ohio simply to pay the money owed. All her desires by surprise begin to resolve as rejections pile up--both from publishers and her boyfriend. yet simply as Amy fears her lifestyles is caught in a conserving trend, she meets the mysterious, appealing, and unavailable Eli.She struggles to stroll the advantageous line among friendship and whatever extra with Eli, at the same time staying precise to her religion turns into by surprise complex. whilst secrets and techniques, tragedy, and terrible judgements reason rifts in Amy's relationships, she needs to come to phrases with who she's turn into, her unrealized aspirations for her existence, and the country of her religion. Can she dare to wish that she is going to locate love and achievement regardless of all of it?

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Lewis. “So what if no one you knew liked him. What if everyone thought he was a joke. ” “Maybe. ” “Everyone’s entitled to their opinion,” I said. I made no effort to conceal my annoyance. A week later, while driving home from work, I saw Zoë winding around town perilously on an old-school banana-seat bike. It was below zero, the wind bullying the snow into huge drifts that covered the roads and clogged the sidewalks. She had three canvas bags full of groceries hanging from her handlebars. They caught like sails in the wind.

Once school was under way, my route through campus fixed, and my circle of friends established, I lived a small life, anchored to my apartment by cycling deadlines and stacks of assigned novels. I wrote more or less regularly. I read constantly, while walking, eating, bathing. It was a happiness second only to the blissful memory of childhood summers spent home before my father left. It was the longest and shortest two years of my life. I emerged from my thesis defense bleary, relieved, and clueless.

He stood in the back of the gallery, arms crossed, talking to Mrs. Haverson, newly appointed Dean of Arts and Sciences. He was dressed in black and wore rings on both hands. The way he pulled his hair from his face and twisted a rubber band around the ponytail was almost effeminate—it was certainly an overly casual gesture for someone talking to the dean. Watching him, I felt something different than attraction. I felt curiosity. “You’re being awfully quiet,” Everett said. ” “I’m fine,” I said.

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