Tuesday, March 18, 2014

Coffee and Pie with Local Author Amy Sorrells

"How Sweet the Sound," the debut novel by Zionsville author Amy Sorrells, is a coming-of-age tale set in Alabama in the summer of 1980. Author Lori Borgman says, "How Sweet the Sound takes on the hard things of life. Author Amy Sorrells writes with tenderness, grace and the heartbroken voice of experience.” Join us on Tuesday, March 25th at 6:30pm as Amy talks about writing her first novel, the editing and publishing process, and answers your questions. We'll have coffee and tastings of pecan pie from My Sugar Pie, and a book signing afterward. Two lucky attendees will take home a signed copy of Amy's book. Amy is a winner of the 2012 Women of Faith Writing Contest and a two-time ACFW Genesis Award semi-finalist. A registered nurse for a large hospital, she started writing as a journalist for medical publications and was a weekly op-ed columnist for her local newspaper. When not writing or reading, Amy can be found covered in dirt while gardening or covered in paint while refurbishing antiques. A graduate of DePauw University, Amy lives with her husband, three sons, and Golden Retrievers in Zionsville. Don't miss this opportunity to talk with a local author about her craft. Adults only. Please register for this program.


  1. The Books a Million bookstore at 86th and Zionsville Road has a large supply of pre-signed copies for anyone who needs to pick up a copy before the event. :)


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