Your family helps to shape who you are, whatever that family might look like. JOANNA is the story of a family struggling to cope with what it means to have a psychopath amongst them.
Written after months researching the disorder, JOANNA is an exciting novel, written partly in the first person. The reader sees the world through Joanna’s eyes, they see what motivates her, how she thinks, what she feels. (Be careful though, she might lie to you). The story also shows the impact of Joanna on those who love her. The story explores how God can work in even the most extreme of situations, what it means to love, and, more importantly, to forgive.
I haven't read this book yet, but I am sure you will agree it looks to be a fascinating and interesting read.
Alison says, on the back of her book,
This is a collection of my flash fiction pieces. The tones vary from humorous to dark and back again but all reflect my style of fiction. Some have appeared on Cafélit (http://cafelit.co.uk) and others on Shortbread Short Stories. The latter are some of the very first pieces I wrote years ago, Cafélit is more recent and other stories are brand new for this collection.
I was fortunate to receive an ARC of this book and I love it. Alison's writing style draws you in and the twist in the tale always takes me by surprise. My personal favourite was 'Calling the Doctor'. I wasn't expecting that.
So an eclectic, but superb selection of members books, well worth taking a look at. Also highlighting two of ACW's talented writers.
About the Author (Wendy H. Jones wrote today's blog)
Wendy H. Jones is the author of the best selling DI Shona McKenzie Mystery series of crime novels set in Dundee. Killer's Crew, the fifth booking the series was released in November, 2016. Dagger's Curse, the first book in her Fergus and Flora, Young Adult Mystery series was released on 10th September, 2016. She also has one non fiction book, Power Packed Book Marketing: Sell More Books.