Amy Fagen is a relative newcomer to the literary world and Gerry’s e-mails from America marks her entrance into the world of humorous writing which she has developed over the past few years whilst trying to keep her work colleagues both informed and “entertained”. She has spent all her working life as an accountant in local government so this book is quite a departure from the technicalities of preparing profit and loss accounts and balance sheets for her.
Born in 1960 in Skipton, North Yorkshire, Amy was educated at a local high school; she has remained true to her roots and has lived in this wonderful part of the country all her life. She is divorced with two grown up children but now lives happily with her new partner and her two Labradors, Missy and Mable; not to mention a whole host of small furry creatures and a cat called Clarissa.
In a world where animals and humans co-exist as equals, including the right to eat waffles and host appalling late night chat shows, there stands one above all others.
He’s short, fat and hairy and has an ego the size of the North Atlantic Drift; not to mention the morals of a drunken, one eyed thieving Jackdaw. That’s Gerry!