Meeting Joe

Meeting Joe is a story of loss, coming of age, and life coming full circle. It is also a story of reunification, forgiveness, and compassion. A boy running from his past, one day finds himself staring history in the face, forced to choose between running from it again and facing it head on. More

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About Shannon DuBey

Shannon DuBey is a professional computer geek by day, and a published author by night. Her first novel, Unconditional was first released in 2007 and was followed by a children's story, Timmy Meets His Match in 2009. Her latest novel, Meeting Joe (2018) has been a long time coming and will not be the last we see from this author. She already has plans for a follow up to both Unconditional and Meeting Joe in the works.

While her life began in a rural community in the northern portion of Michigan's Lower Peninsula, the portion that looks like a giant mitten on the map, she currently resides in the area known by locals as "Metro Detroit". This move was made almost immediately after graduating from high school in the mid 1990's with the intent to obtain a bachelor degree in psychology and become a teen crisis counselor. Because college life tends to create bills rather than pay them, she accepted a full time position working on a computer help desk for a local company. She quickly discovered that while her passion lie with helping others, the technology field would pay the bills and allow her to help others in a different way.

Now more than two decades later, Shannon is still a self-professed "Professional Computer Geek" by day and spends what free time she can manage to find pursuing her artistic side. This comes most often in the form of writing and has resulted in three completed works to date with plenty more not far off.

"I write for myself first and foremost, but I hope that others will enjoy reading it as much as I enjoyed writing it." ~ Shannon DuBey

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