I read an article on you in the Staten Island Advance (July 15th, 2012.) You won't remember me but I remember you as a child on Henderson Ave. in the days of the Housing projects. What gratification you share with us in your lifes acheivements. A true to life success story. Congratulations Amy !
Jessi Ryan said:July 18, 2012 4:26 pm PST
Amy I'm so proud of you! and after so many storms within yourlife! you have over came the odds! I embrace you with love my friend!
Ed Sottile said:May 25, 2012 4:07 am PST
Take a jog with Amy as she leads you on a journey of self-awareness, self-fulfillment and ultimately, happiness. Amy's self-deprecating humor combined with satirical twists, served up vignette style, steps the reader through a look at Amy's life and how she arrived where she is today. Along the way Amy shatters pre-conditioned stereotypes as she takes the reader with her, weaving, ducking and fighting through one of the most conflicted generations ever, always in the pursuit of happiness and sentiently discovers the woman she is, was and wants to be.
Ruth Winkler said:March 7, 2012 9:08 am PST
A wonderful book, full of fun times, hysterical laughter and poignant moments. Laughing out loud in my company's lunchroom and hoping it will catch on. Am now approaching the end of the book and feeling somewhat depressed...sequel, sequel!!! Bravo, Amy!!
Christina Miller said:March 4, 2012 3:58 pm PST
Fabulous! Thank you for sharing this with me!
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