Andie Andrews is a passionate equestrian, certified equine massage therapist, screenwriter, cowgirl poet, and novelist. She recently moved to a small farm in New Jersey so that Hook, her beloved horse and muse for the novel, Ephemeral, could live with her happily ever after. She homesteads with her tractor-happy husband, Ed, one silly goat, five quirky hens, her flying chestnut horse (a gelding named Hook), a Rocky Mountain mare, and a gregarious Golden Retriever puppy/farm-dog-in-training.

She's the author of an award-winning historical romance, The Legacy of Ruby Sanchez, which was a FaithWords finalist in the American Christian Fiction Writers’ Genesis contest. She has also had her work published in the American Kennel Club’s AKC Gazette, and blogs about her life with horses (Christian Cowgirl Poetry).

Other novels include Saints in the City, a 2009 triple finalist in the Next Generation Indie Book Awards® competition (Romance, Religious Fiction, and Social Change), and a screenplay by the same name which was a quarter-finalist in the 2012 International Page Awards.  Her most recent screenplay, Spring Fling, was a 2018 Nashville Film Festival semi-finalist. 

Andie is grateful for your readership and welcomes your honest reviews. Please consider posting a review wherever her books are sold. 


Ok, y'all...that's the official version of About Me. What I really want to say is that I feel so blessed to be able to share my stories, poems, prayers, and reflections with you as friends and readers. I've been writing fiction and poetry since I could hold a pencil and that image above, of a notebook and crumpled paper, pretty much sums up my writing life. I keep writing because I keep breathing. No sooner do I vow to be done with this crazy business than a fleeting thought, a spark of plot, a string of words, floats across my stream of consciousness and before you know it, I'm all in. Again. The quote on the home page, "fill your paper with the breathings of your heart,"  applies to all of us. We all have a story (or many) to tell and I encourage you to share yours in any way that is meaningful to you: on paper, in a blog/vlog, in a song, with friends over dinner, through social media, or in a private conversation with God.  Your story matters. Thanks so much for reading mine.