Paranormal Fantasy Author

Courtney Cannon is a mother of two incredible little boys aged six and two whom she loves to death. She has been writing since she was nine years old and decided to rewrite the ending of, Little Women so that Jo and Laurie ended up together.

 Her hobbies are singing, reading, writing, drawing, designing, editing videos, and networking with other authors.

Currently, she’s working on a book one of paranormal fantasy series entitled Forget Me Not which she hopes to release next spring.

At the moment she isn’t making a profit from her writing, but she developed her business Fiction-Atlas Author Services in February of 2016 and has been very success with it. Her first short story, Chasing Time, will be published as part of a holiday anthology November 14th and she’s very excited to share it with everyone. She may not make a living from her writing yet, but she does make a living from editing other people’s books, designing their covers, making book trailers and doing voiceovers. Two years ago, she became disabled due to a severe back deformity and complications of childbirth, so she does as many freelance jobs as possible to help support her family.

She has always had an affinity for classic literature, and some of the authors she greatly admires are Jane Austen, Charles Dickens, Thomas Hardy, Emily Bronte, and J.R.R. Tolkien. In modern literature, she enjoys the works of J.K. Rowling, George R.R. Martin, Terry Goodkind, and Neil Gaiman. She has always really enjoyed stories about class struggles and worlds where magic is commonplace.

Her future goals with her writing are to successfully release the entire series of Forget Me Not novels and to expand Fiction-Atlas to eventually become an independent publishing company.

Here is a synopsis of her Novel Forget Me Not:

 Bree Nolan and Finn Hadley are best friends. They like the same music, they work at the same local fish and chip shop, oh yeah, and neither of them can remember anything before they were found stumbling out of Epping Forest in London three years ago. When a traumatic event causes memories of their past to slip through the cracks, will they be prepared for the outcome? Are they even the same people they once were? Why do they keep having dreams about a dark-haired boy with blue eyes? All secrets will be revealed and new bonds formed as they band together to rediscover the truth.


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