Harriet Cannon, a writer with Southern roots was influenced by her family’s adventure stories. Wanderlust took her to six states and overseas, curious about how the places we live influence our identity. In addition to private psychotherapy practice, Harriet has been a sought after cross-cultural trainer nationally and internationally, including Santiago, Chile where she worked for the US Department of State. Mixed Blessings: A Guide to Multicultural and Multiethnic Relationships, co-authored with Rhoda Berlin, was published in 2013.
Harriet and her husband live on the Olympic Peninsula of Washington State and have two grown children.
Exiled South is her debut novel
Exiled South is the story of a twenty first century woman’s reckoning with Civil War events that split her family for generations. The novel is steeped in international intrigue, a hint of romance, and a deep dive into little known Civil War era history that will keep readers riveted to the dual time-line story until the final page.