That’s Amy’s goal as a writer.
If you’ve lived in the world for long, you have a story. You’ve fought some battles. You know more than you wish you did about hard.
You know how much hope matters.
Through story, Amy writes about hurting folks and places in the heartland.
But she doesn’t end there.
Find out how hope and redemption weave their way into the lives of the eccentric and endearing characters in her books, and you might just find a little hope and redemption for yourself.
What people are saying…
“Engaging, well-written and profound, Lead Me Home is a novel that both challenges and uplifts readers.” ~RT Book Reviews, 4 1/2 stars, TOP PICK
“…how beautiful the pain when an ending so lovely and right redefines and redeems several futures at once…Now, by all means, go buy this unusually edgy and entirely moving inspirational novel and read it for yourself.” ~Serena Chase, USA TODAY
“Sorrells stitches together a beautiful story of family and belief…Recommended for readers interested in realistic fiction in the style of Kate Breslin, Kristy Cambron, and Chris Bohjalian.” ~Library Journal
“Meeting these characters and stepping into their worlds forever changed the contour of my heart. Sorrell’s words effortlessly rise from the page with a cadence that is remarkably brave and wildly beautiful.” ~Toni Birdsong, author of More than a Bucket List
“…Sorrells deftly reminds us that no matter how dark the night, hope is never lost. Not if we have eyes to see.” ~Katie Ganshert, author of Wildflowers from Winter and Wishing on Willows
“A stirring tale of loss and redemption. Amy Sorrells will break your heard and piece it back twice its size.” ~Billy Coffey, author of When Mockingbirds Sing, There Will Be Stars and more
“Amy K. Sorrells has a lyrical voice that immediately draws you into the complex lives of captivating characters and a powerful tale that will leave you breathless.” ~Tina Ann Forkner, author of Rose House