It’s Almost Here! The Enforcer’s Tale
My new YA Dystopian, coming-of-age novel, The Enforcer’s Tale, is the story of Joseph, a thirteen-year-old boy taken from his family and groomed to become an Enforcer for the brutal Coalition. When suddenly thrust into the role as leader of the Coalition, Joseph makes some shocking discoveries and must make a choice that pits his beliefs of right and wrong against people he most loves and admires–including his own mother.
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Having a pet isn’t always easy, but it’s especially hard at the end. George: A Memoir explores not just a special cat but also his relationship with us, and how we worked through his passing as a family. A wonderful book for children who may be dealing with the pain of losing a beloved pet for the first time, George helps people of all ages work through the grief of pet loss.
Do you love visual mysteries? Then Picture Me This! is for you. It includes 62 pages of puzzles that test your ability to guess what you’re looking at based on a fraction of the whole. Not only are things not always what they seem, sometimes they’re downright unimaginable! This is a great gift for the puzzle-lover in your life–you’ll never look at some things the same way again.
Joanne is a Canadian author who writes many genres. Her love of writing was sparked when she was young. Her love of travel and culture is infused of much of her writing. She feels at home when creating new worlds for readers to enjoy. Her children’s book, “George: a Memoir” has helped many work through the trauma of pet loss. She supports several causes, notably animal rescue and child sponsorship in impoverished countries.
Joanne lives outside Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada, with her family and three cats.
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