Best known for her collaborations with Michael Bublé, Foster has co-written "Home", "Everything", "Hold On", "Just Haven't Met You Yet", To Be Loved, and "Beautiful Day". Her songs have also been cut by Blake Shelton, Destiny's Child, Josh Groban and Andrea Bocelli.
Foster states that when Bublé sent her an early draft of Home her first thoughts were, "Oh, great, complain about being stuck in Europe," nevertheless, she related to the idea of missing someone, and agreed to help write the song.
Her first book, When Autumn Leaves, was published in 2009. The reviewer in Booklist wrote that, "the romantic, mystical setting and appealing characters will delight readers searching for a modern-day fairy tale." On her blog, Amy has stated that the previously planned 14 sequels to the book are not to be. In 2011 Amy stated that she has decided to re-work the previously planned 14 sequels to the book due to changes in her personal life. As of August 2016, no further books in the series have been published.
Amy Foster was previously married to Simon Gillies. Together they had two daughters, Mikaela and Eva. They later divorced. She married her current spouse, Matthew Freeman, in 2012. Together they have a son, Vaughn.
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