The Blue Nightgown

A coming-of-age novelette set in the 1950s, a time that wasn't as innocent as it seemed. When Anna, the landlady of a rooming house, finds a blue nightgown in a tenant’s trash,she sets in motion the awakening of sexual desires of anyone who comes in contact with it, including her teen-age daughter. More

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About Diana Stevan

Diana Stevan likes to describe herself as a Jill of all trades. Her eclectic work history serves her well in her writing. She worked as a family therapist, a professional actor, professional model, teacher, and a freelance writer-broadcaster for CBC Televisions Sports Journal.

Diana was born in Winnipeg, Manitoba, where she received her Bachelor of Science in Home Economics with honours and Master of Social Work, graduating on the Dean's honour list.

In the last several years, she published poetry in the U.K. journal, DREAMCATCHER, a short story in ESCAPE, an anthology, and THE BLUE NIGHTGOWN, a novelette available as an e-book. A CRY FROM THE DEEP, is her debut novel, one that is genre bending (mystery, adventure, romance).

In 2016, Island House publishing released THE RUBBER FENCE, psychological fiction, a novel inspired by her work on a psychiatric ward in 1972.

Diana lives with her husband Robert on Vancouver Island, in beautiful British Columbia. You can visit her at or at

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