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Author discusses how debilitating diagnosis lead to writing career

Author discusses how debilitating diagnosis lead to writing career

Author discusses how debilitating diagnosis lead to writing career

“Fascinating” and “brutal reality” are just a few of the terms used to describe the new book by Author Ana Johns.

In “The Woman in the White Kimono,” we learn what Japanese brides of American soldiers faced, and the tragic fate that became of many mixed-race babies during this period.

On today’s Indy Style, we hear from Ana and her story about how a debilitating diagnosis led to a new dream and newfound writing career. 

Author discusses how debilitating diagnosis lead to writing career

Ana Johns Talk & Book Signing
Saturday, June 1, Black Dog Books in Zionsville, 1 – 3 p.m. 
•    Impeccable research: Ana’s impressive research comes through on the page, with beautiful descriptions of the Japanese landscape, culture, and traditions. 
•    Perfect for book clubs: The Woman in the White Kimono is perfect for readers who want to be transported to another place and culture and will appeal to fans of bestselling book club fiction like the novels of Lisa See, The Woman Who Wrote in Silk by Kelli Estes, and Secret Daughter by Shilpi Somaya Gowda.
To learn more, visit www.anajohns.com
 

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“Fascinating” and “brutal reality” are just a few of the terms used to describe the new book by Author Ana Johns.

In “The Woman in the White Kimono,” we learn what Japanese brides of American soldiers faced, and the tragic fate that became of many mixed-race babies during this period.

On today’s Indy Style, we hear from Ana and her story about how a debilitating diagnosis led to a new dream and newfound writing career. 

Author discusses how debilitating diagnosis lead to writing career

Ana Johns Talk & Book Signing
Saturday, June 1, Black Dog Books in Zionsville, 1 – 3 p.m. 
•    Impeccable research: Ana’s impressive research comes through on the page, with beautiful descriptions of the Japanese landscape, culture, and traditions. 
•    Perfect for book clubs: The Woman in the White Kimono is perfect for readers who want to be transported to another place and culture and will appeal to fans of bestselling book club fiction like the novels of Lisa See, The Woman Who Wrote in Silk by Kelli Estes, and Secret Daughter by Shilpi Somaya Gowda.
To learn more, visit www.anajohns.com
 

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