Giving Back to Those in Need
Welcome to my little postage stamp on the internet. I'm a Canadian indie author best known for This is Nanny Joan and Move Me.
Currently, I'm working on a psychological thriller and book two of my romance novella series. I hope you like them as much as you've loved the others.
Have a virtual coffee with me as you explore my website. I'm grateful to have you here.
captured his heart
Rhett’s big rig may not be a white stallion, but could he be her knight in shining armour?
When Laughter Calls, this book delivers!
A candid adventure of a vibrant, resilient yet stubborn woman and her diagnosis of dementia.
Small intentional adjustments to learn to love yourself again
I hold your hand and candidly teach you all the strategies I used to create an impactful difference.
A blueprint to learn
how to work from home
If you've been thinking of starting your business or are stuck, this could be a game-changer book!
A story of evolution and an unexpected romance
"The book was an easy read, brimming with beautiful landscape and a character that was evolving right before my eyes. I loved the burgeoning relationship between Brooke and Rhett. So good!"
Heartfelt, Funny and a Tearjerker all in one!
"Loved this book. An excellent story of survival, love, strength, and the dementia diagnosis of an amazing woman through her granddaughter's eyes. Keep your tissue close both for laughter and tears."
Heartwarming & Beautiful
"I loved this book it reminded me of my nanny. It was very funny and warmed your soul with love.
It is very insightful and gives you an understanding of the illness and the emotional, loving journey."
Coffee with Ness Blog
A MAN FIGHTS FOR JUSTICE IN THIS PSYCHOLOGICAL THRILLER
Samuel Sterling is a long-haul truck driver facing a life sentence in federal prison. He has claimed his innocence since his arrest, but the evidence against him could leave him facing the electric chair.
Will he be able to prove his innocence and fight for his freedom, or will the prosecution win in one of the most viral cases of the decade?