Valerie Byron


Born in England, Valerie moved to California at the age of twelve, an awkward pre-teen. Five years later, a transformed young woman, she returned to England, landing her dream job at Granada Television in the swinging 60s.After captivating almost every actor who walked through Granada’s doors, she returned to California in 1969, landing a job with a glamorous Hollywood talent agency. Now in her sixties, Valerie has started life again – as a writer. Her book of short stories. “The Man Who Lost His Genius

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No Ordinary Woman
By Valerie Byron
Price: $4.99 USD. Words: 95,690. Language: English. Published: April 29, 2013 by Austin Macauley. Category: Fiction
Valerie Byron’s back story reads like a script pitched at the TV and movie stars whose lives and loves she shared in the swinging sixties. But it is true – and told with all the candour and raw honesty of a beautiful woman remembering heady days and passionate nights with celebrities on both sides of the Atlantic.

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