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Camrose Public Library

Author Reading with Janette Byron Stone

Jul 29, 2019  |  Monday, July 29th at 1:00 PM

Adults

Please join us for tea and conversation with Jeanette Byron Stone!

Former Camrose resident Janette Byron Stone has recently published her first novel "Please Write." Set in Sydney during the Vietnam War, the story line is guided by letters she received from American GI's she met while on R&R, and Australian friends who served. All of us who lived those days have a Vietnam story to tell of who we were whether we were in country or not, just as the families and friends who wait for their loved ones to return from war today

Janette is one of those restless Aussies who went walkabout as soon as she could. Hungry to know what the rest of the world had to offer, her dream was to teach in different countries and cultures. She had no idea her venture would lead her to the Canadian prairie to raise her family and then to the United States, permanently sealing her fate to live on the other side of the world. 


Janette is one of those restless Aussies who went walkabout as soon as she could. Hungry to know what the rest of the world had to offer, her dream was to teach in different countries and cultures. She had no idea her venture would lead her to the Canadian prairie to raise her family and then to the United States, permanently sealing her fate to live on the other side of the world. 
Janette is one of those restless Aussies who went walkabout as soon as she could. Hungry to know what the rest of the world had to offer, her dream was to teach in different countries and cultures. She had no idea her venture would lead her to the Canadian prairie to raise her family and then to the United States, permanently sealing her fate to live on the other side of the world. 
Janette is one of those restless Aussies who went walkabout as soon as she could. Hungry to know what the rest of the world had to offer, her dream was to teach in different countries and cultures. She had no idea her venture would lead her to the Canadian prairie to raise her family and then to the United States, permanently sealing her fate to live on the other side of the world.