Amy Bovaird is a freelance writer, a ghostwriter, the author of five memoirs: The Mobility Series and the Finding Joy After Loss Series. She is the recipient of the "Distinguished Merit of Literature" by Ohio Valley University for her first memoir, Mobility Matters. Her articles have appeared in Christian Woman, Cappers, Dialogue and Standard Take-Home Papers. She is a former ESL instructor, world traveler and inspirational speaker. Amy peppers her talks with faith, humor and culture.
- Mobility Matters: Stepping Out in Faith - Memoir
- Cane Confessions: The Lighter Side of Mobility - Memoir
- Seeking Solace: Finding Joy After Loss -Memoir/Devotional
- Hitting a Home Run: Blind and Thriving - Memoir
- A Time to Dance: Finding Joy after Child Loss - Memoir
Amy has a dual disability. She has a rare, genetic eye condition called Retinitis Pigmentosa, which is progressive and leads to blindness. She has been legally blind since 1988. She also has progressive hearing loss. She has taught ESL on every continent but Antarctica. Amy does not let her disability deter her.She is upbeat, full of humor, joy and faith.