Carol-Ann is internationally acclaimed by her non-fiction academic publications, she is keenly focused on literary fiction.
She has been published internationally as a sole author for numerous chapters in global university based research handbooks and peer-reviewed scholar articles. She has co-authored a number of articles with other doctors.
She has attended numerous conferences worldwide over the last 8 years to mobilize her scientific and ethnographic research. Recently she has become an editor and published two volumes of a university-based research handbook which has been indexed by Psychology information.
She was diagnosed with advanced stages of colon cancer in early 2018 and liver cancer in 2021.
Carol-Ann's works boast an eclectic genre of inspirational short-stories, essays, memoirs, and contemporary fiction. Currently she is working on a youth genre adventure series – a mix of morally based sci-fi drama and adventure. Her stories are entertaining but often with a purpose to awaken the soul and inspire.
She shares her life experiences, true stories of what she’s observed. A common theme in her writing is the emotional depth of everyday life experiences. Where stories meet adventures. A mixture of courage, adventure, hope and inspiration. Her stories entertain, empower, and inspire. A delightful mix. A walk in the past, awakening life senses and the soul, offering simple yet compelling life stories of hope, endurance, courage, and inspiration. Unravelling life, one word at a time.