Amy relates her Fireside quote from Ester Hicks about letting go of the oars to our need for control – she cites her kids learning to drive and how they white-knuckle it until they start to trust themselves as an example. Amy then fangirls over her guest Malorie (M.D.) Cooper; former IT professional turned author, maker, sci-fi universe creator, and boss babe. Amy has Malorie share more about herself before Stacy takes over asking Amy and Mal questions about their process creating and writing. Time runs out before Amy can focus on what’s really important, like where Mal gets her catsuits; it’s a conversation that’s Eternally Amy.