Imagine spending the next ten years in a prison cell the size of your walk-in closet. When alcoholic soccer-mom Susan Jennings causes a fatal car accident, she is forced to face her addiction, fight to stay alive behind the dangerous prison walls and win her teenage daughter's forgiveness before she also falls prey to the devil hiding behind a clergyman's collar.
Joanne Simon Tailele, a mid-west girl from Youngstown Ohio wrote her first story at the age of ten in blue colored pencil. To coin a phrase from Jodi Picoult, her writing idol, Ms. Tailele says, -My stories are 'moral fiction', to raise the moral conscience of current events that people would prefer to shove under the rug.- Joanne currently resides on the SouthWest Gulf coast of Florida with her husband. The proud the parents of 6 his-and-hers kids and 10 grandchildren, they spend their time golfing, boating and enjoying the white sandy beaches of Marco Island.