Author Jan Bylaska’s new book “Granny Bought Us a House” is a poignant and nostalgic memoir of a dysfunctional childhood in a poor midcentury Georgia family

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Recent release “Granny Bought Us a House” from Page Publishing author Jan Bylaska is an evocative autobiographical account of her childhood in a poor, rural southern family in the forties and fifties.

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Jan Bylaska is a retired government employee, mother of four grown sons, and longtime Florida resident who wrote this book at the age of eighty at the suggestion and encouragement of her husband and children. She has published her book “Granny Bought Us a House”: a true story of heart-wrenching poverty, neglect, and dysfunction in a Georgia family.

Jan shares, “This book is a collection of memories from age eight through sixteen, mostly in Georgia, then Florida, in later years. Some of the stories are sad and some are funny. Most of the stories are about people and some involve animals, but they all happened.”
Published by Page Publishing, Jan Bylaska’s engrossing book is spellbinding memoir that brings her heartbreaking childhood to life over seventy years later.

Readers who wish to experience this engaging work can purchase “Granny Bought Us a House” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes store, Amazon, Google Play, or Barnes and Noble.

For additional information or media inquiries, contact Page Publishing at 866-315-2708.

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