Your Christian Fiction Information Source

Tuesday, October 25, 2016
Bethany Pierce

Bethany Pierce

After completing a master's in Creative Writing and working as a visiting instructor at Miami University in Ohio, Bethany Pierce now lives with her husband in Charlottesville, Virginia, where she is a  member of the McGuffey Art Center and continues to write. Her first book, Feeling for Bones, was one of Publishers Weekly's Best Books of 2007.


(September 1, 2010)
Christa Banister
Like many aspiring writers, Amy Gallagher is losing her confidence after countless rejections in Amy Inspired (Bethany House), written by Bethany Pierce. After wondering how in the world she’ll pay the bills, Amy accepts a job as an English professor in a small Ohio town. Adding additional fuel to her angst is a diminished relationship with her current boyfriend. Just when hope is feeling especially grim, she meets an attractive, charming, unavailable man who really shakes things up in her life—for good and for bad, something she’s forced to reconcile as she investigates the state of her faith and dreams. “Ultimately, Amy Inspired is about overcoming the fear of rejection and about redefining the nature of success from a biblical standpoint,” says Pierce. “As Amy nears 30, realizing she may never be the best-selling novelist she’d hoped to become—or the wife, or the mother, or the brilliant academic—she finally begins to look for counter-cultural ways to evaluate and define success.”



fiction book trailer