The author is a retired registered nurse who was born on the island of Nevis. She completed her training in St Kitts, West Indies, and emigrated to the United States shortly after. There she continued her career and worked in a variety of health care settings: nursing home, private and public hospitals, military and veterans administration facilities. She is a graduate of Long Island University, Brooklyn, and Herbert H. Lehman College, Bronx, New York. Her previous works include: I’m Not Allowed to Say, 2000; At the Foot of Rawlins Mountain, 2006; and Casualties of Life, 2007. Although not part of a series, two of these works dealt with aspects of her early training and experience and all three were published under the name J’nette C. Bryant. She has one daughter and lives in New York.
My Land of Counterpane or My Résumé
The author is a retired registered nurse who has published three previous works: I’m Not Allowed to Say is about her experience as an active duty army captain; At the Foot of Rawlins Mountain is a series of vignettes of life growing up on an island paradise; and Casualties of Life details her ea...