About the Author

Joanna Goodman

Joanna Goodman's stories have appeared in B & A Fiction, Event, The New Quarterly and The White Wall Review. In 1996 Joanna Goodman was a winner in the Canadian Author's Association Short Fiction Contest. At one time she worked as a journalist for Reuters in Ottawa, and her day job now is co-owner (with her mother) of a bed linen store, Au Lit linens, in Toronto. Since Belle of the Bayou she has written two more novels, You Made Me Love You and Harmony.

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The Forgotten Daughter

The Forgotten Daughter

The triumphant story of two women divided by their past, but united by friendship--inspired by true events
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The Home for Unwanted Girls

The Home for Unwanted Girls

The heart-wrenching, gripping story of a mother-daughter bond that could not be broken - inspired by true events
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