Noelle is a graduate os SDSU. She taught in public education for 15 years, a large portion of that in the field of performing arts education, before staying home to raise her 3 boys with her husband, Ken. While the boys napped she got reacquainted with her piano and began playing professionally, composing and producing her own music. It was during this period that she began to write in more depth. This eventually led to her first book, Pieces of Sky; a memoir (released 2013) which details the events of her formative years and the process of recovery from a severely abusive childhood. She is currently a Masters Candidate at CSUDH seeking a degree in the field of Arts and Humanities with an emphasis in Music.
Pieces of Sky: a memoir is more than just another tragic story. It is a tale of true redemption from the inside out; a reminder that even in life’s bleakest circumstances, there is always a glimmer of hope. Told with touching humor and audacity, it will capture even the most skeptical reader’s heart and leave them rooting for Noelle Cablay from beginning to end.