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Amy Neftzger (born June 23) is an American researcher and author who has published fiction books, non-fiction books, business articles, and peer review research. Her works have reached an international audience.
Amy was born in Illinois and graduated from Elk Grove High School in Elk Grove Village, Illinois. She received her bachelors degree from the University of North Florida in Jacksonville, Florida and her Masters in Industrial/ Organizational Psychology from Middle Tennessee State University in Murfreesboro, Tennessee. She graduated from both Universities with honors.
She has written numerous business and journal articles, but her fiction works have been the most commercially successful. In 2003 she published Conversations with the Moon, which was also translated into Korean and published in South Korea. In 2005 she collaborated with her husband, guitarist Tyra Neftzger on a children's book called "All that the Dog Ever Wanted." The book was designed to introduce children to jazz music at an early age and included a CD sampler of jazz tunes. In 2007 she worked as an editor on a business fable called "The Damned Company." She's also written "Confessions From a Moving Van" and "Leftover Shorts."
In 2013, Amy released her first Young Adult book called "The Orphanage of Miracles." The sequel to this book, "The Orchard of Hope" is scheduled for release in June of 2014, and The Ferryman (adult fiction) is scheduled for release in October, 2014.
on Aug. 19, 2013 :
Really enjoyed this very unusual book. Just the kind of book to be found on an Indie site like Smashwords.
(reviewed within a week of purchase)
on March 25, 2013 :
“Confessions from a Moving Van” by Amy Neftzger is an interesting take on the interconnectedness of our lives. Narrated from the moving van’s perspective, these short stories provide a snap shot of the lives of several families in season s of transition. As we follow along it becomes apparent that the lives we are viewing have a connection to the choices others have made. In retrospect on wonders about the road not taken as if that were possible.
(reviewed long after purchase)
on Feb. 20, 2013 :
This book was out of the ordinary and a bit unusual. The lives of five people are told through the eyes of the moving van that moves them across the country. This book is easily read in an afternoon. I really enjoy short stories and found this book interesting and fun to read.
(reviewed within a month of purchase)