Dianna has a Bachelor of Arts degree in English from the University of Calgary and is currently a student at St. Mary’s University, Calgary, to complete her Bachelor of Education degree in the spring of 2019. She has taken Advanced Fiction Writing courses through the University of Athabasca. She was born in Gander and raised in Kelligrews, Newfoundland. She currently resides in Calgary with her husband and two sons. She is currently writing the sequel to Saltwater Joys, as well as another literary fiction novel situated in the farthest remote community of the Canadian Artic. She is also working on a non-fiction book with her sister, Crystal, to help families who have a child with cancer, in hopes of sharing their family’s experience to inspire and help others.
Where to find Dianna Brown online
by Dianna Brown
In the fall of 1965, John Lee, a young Newfoundland fisherman, makes a tragic decision that changes the course of his life, pushing him to a self-imposed exile in an abandoned fishing village and to the brink of insanity. Twenty years later, John must face the secrets of his past when a young woman ventures to the rocky shores of Newfoundland in search of her roots.
Dianna Brown's tag cloud