I KNOW HOW THIS ENDS by Amy Impellizzeri – Spotlight & Giveaway



What if you finally stop running away from the story you were always meant to tell?

From the award-winning Author of LEMONGRASS HOPE comes the highly anticipated follow up Novel, I KNOW HOW THIS ENDS.

In the spring of 2020, an ambitious journalist, Rory Garcia, gets detoured on her way to a protest at New York City Hall, and stumbles upon the commencement ceremony of a very special class, composed completely of 37 students born to women who were pregnant on 9/11. They are, in fact, the very first graduating high school class of true 9/11 survivors.

Valedictorian, Hope Campton, is scheduled to give the commencement speech for the class at Carnegie Hall, but delays and absences threaten to ruin the day. While Rory is waiting, a mysterious stranger tells her a time-bending tale about epic love, loss, and sacrifice, and suddenly the story Rory thinks she is covering only from the outside becomes so much more.



My name is Amy and I am a writer, a lawyer, and a mother of three.

Which tells you everything.

And nothing at all.

After spending thirteen years as a corporate litigator in New York City, I left to write and advocate for working women, and eventually women entrepreneurs, as VP, Community & Designer Relations for ShopFunder LLC.

My first novel, “Lemongrass Hope,” debuted in October 2014, as an Amazon best-seller (Romance/Fantasy and Romance/Time Travel) and now I’m a full-time writer, even though it looks like I’m eavesdropping on people at the local coffee shop. Just kidding, I am eavesdropping.

My sophomore novel, “Secrets of Worry Dolls,” released on December 1, 2016 and was named a Bronze Winner in the INDIEFAB Book of the Year Awards (Multi-cultural Category) (YAY!) My third novel, “The Truth About Thea,” released on October 17, 2017, is a Francis Ford Coppola Books & Bottles inaugural pick, and a National Indie Excellence Award Winner (Legal Thriller). My newest novel, “Why We Lie” is out now and has been featured by Publisher’s Weekly, Booktrib and more.

I also have a non-fiction book published by the American Bar Association called “Lawyer Interrupted” – a how-to guide for leaving the practice of law – something about half of all lawyers want to do. Who knew?

I am the Past President of the Women’s Fiction Writers Association, and a proud member of the TALL POPPY WRITERS – a community whose tagline says it all: “Bright Authors, Smart Readers, Good Books.” Come hang out with Tall Poppy Writers and Readers in our amazing online book community called BLOOM.

I am a frequent speaker across the country, a 2018 Writer-In-Residence at Ms.-JD.org, and a creative writing workshop instructor in my home base of Reading, Pennsylvania. (pronounced RED-DING, but still, perfect, no?)

I am eternally grateful for my family, my friends, and the recent research confirming that large amounts of coffee are indeed good for you (& me!)


Thanks to Amy we have a signed copy to giveaway. Just tell us if you have a story to tell. We’d love to hear it. We’ll announce a winner soon. Good luck.
GIVEAWAY: USA only please
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29 thoughts on “I KNOW HOW THIS ENDS by Amy Impellizzeri – Spotlight & Giveaway

  1. I’m not a very good storyteller, but I always say “never say never.” Who knows, someday I could be on the New York Times Bestseller List. Probably Not!

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  2. I have so many stories! Stories of love, loss, accomplishments reached and those not reached… All lives are made up of stories intertwined with the stories of others. It’s all in the telling!

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  3. I don’t have any stories to tell, my life is pretty mainstream. I do love to hear other people’s stories though, they are always so interesting to me!

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  4. I love to read tremendously however I am not good at telling stories. I am very nervous when I review a book. I feel like I’m never able to express how much I liked or loved a book.

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  5. I do have a story to tell. I have BPD Borderline Personality Dissorder and. I know a lot about it. I suffered severe trama as a baby and young kid by my mother. I would love to tell this story, but it would be too painful to relive events.


  6. Telling stories is what I enjoy and is important especially family stories which are meaningful and unforgettable.


  7. I guess we all have a story but I’d need someone else to tell it for me. I’m no aspiring writer, I’m very happy to read other people’s stories.


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