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Congratulations to Amy Lewis Faircloth and Joanne Lewis for “Wicked Good” Fiction Drama!

2011 BronzeArcher Falcon manages to maintain a successful law practice but in her private life she feels inept, especially when it comes to her adopted son, Rory who has been diagnosed with both bipolar disorder and Asperger’s Syndrome.

Rory is a teenage boy struggling in a world that doesn’t understand him. He is intelligent, witty and creative as he is destructive. Like all teenagers he seeks a sense of belonging and decides that his birth parents might just understand him better.

Wicked GoodWicked Good is part drama, part mystery…with a dose of humor. The authors take us on an emotional rollercoaster as we journey with their flawed-by-loveable characters, weaving in social issues and bits of New England’s history to make an entertaining read. Along the way we find ourselves gaining a better understanding of Rory’s world and the love shared between mother and son. Barnes &


It was a chilly day in Maine when Amy received the call from her sister, Joanne, “Wanna write a book together?” Amy said yes and the journey began.

Amy is the older sister who loves her 2 sons and newphew, dogs, volunteering at the Bangor Human Society, running, hiking, snowshoeing, surfing the web, her brown poodle Teddy, Lola, writing reading, cycling, going to bed early, spending time with her friends and family, being outdoors when it’s nice outside and indoors when it’s not, and editing Joanne’s writing. She is a lawyer in Maine.

Joanne is the younger sister who loves her 3 nephews, her grey poodle Frisco, writing, hiking, snowshoeing, kayaking, cooking, traveling, Florence Italy, anything to do with the Italian Renaissance, Michaelangelo, spending time with her friends and family, and being edited by Amy. She is a lawyer in Florida.

Two sisters, both attorneys; as sisters, Amy and Joanne have learned to play each others strengths — an important lesson for any co-authors.

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