Joan L. Cannon likes to use her middle initial because so few of her maiden namesakes are left anywhere (Huguenot LaPrades). She's a retired teacher, retail manager and author of three novels in paperback, Settling and Maiden Run, a collection of short stories called Peripheral Vision, and her latest, a collection of poetry, My Mind Is Made of Crumbs, all available from Amazon and on order from independent booksellers.
Joan's most recent novel is Second Growth and can be purchased through Amazon. From childhood there have been toss-ups for her avocations among reading, riding horses, painting, local flora and fauna and writing. Now she's happy to be retired since moving to a life care community.
Email Joan: 17jcannon @ comcast.net
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