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Amy was born in Columbus, Ohio in 1954. She attended North Central High School in Indianapolis, IN. She graduated from Indiana University with a Business degree, in 1977. She earned her Masters in Business Administration in 1980 from the University in Evansville, IN.
Ever since she was old enough to hold a pencil, she wrote lyrics to songs, stories, and simple poems. Though Amy always enjoyed the creative writing classes and workshops, she pursued a career in various aspects of business. Her passion continued to be writing stories, essays, articles, and poetry into her adult years.
Amy has been published in tabloids Hoosier Sportsman, Hoosier Outdoors, (in Indiana) and a holistic tabloid Branches, (in Indianapolis, Indiana). She was published in national magazine Lotus: Personal Transformation. The introduction of PC’s created a highly efficient manner of putting her thoughts down on paper. Her literary projects can be found at www.rebelodyssey.com. The Rebel Odyssey website was originated in 2003. Here is where she has self-published her writings of five decades.
Amy’s meditation book “Prepare for the Harvest” has been her first book published, in both hard-copy and ebook format. It is a book of daily reflections for those people who wrestle with addictions and Borderline Personality Disorder. This book give 366 snippets of suggestions, recovery tools, humor, wisdom and quotes from famous people, movie personalities, cartoon characters, writers and philosophers.
Amy may be reached via email through her website, or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. She resides in Indianapolis, Indiana with her life partner, Doug Bunch, and their cat, Ki-Ki. Amy is ALWAYS available by email to answer any questions about her book or research.
Marion O. R.
on Oct. 28, 2011 :
I did some of the editing and I read all of this book prior to its publication. Prepare for the Harvest is the result of a 15 year-long transformation by Amy Allison from a Twelve Stepper successfully dealing with alcohol addiction, but undiagnosed with Borderline Personality Disorder to a fully self-aware individual who is dealing well with this discomfiting dual diagnosis. She shares the result of that journey in this daily reading book. Through her writing, she explained to this layman the nature and mystery of this disorder better than any learned treatise might have done. She offers a beacon of hope to recovering persons who know or suspect that the world is topsy turvy because of Borderline Personality Disorder.
(reviewed the day of purchase)