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by Robert Juran,James Retherford/Hot Digital Dog,Diane Klutz

Author: Robert Juran,James Retherford/Hot Digital Dog,Diane Klutz
Language: English
Publisher: Tri-Star Books; 1st edition (March 19, 2012)
Pages: 116 pages
Category: No category
Rating: 4.9
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Diane Klutz is a proud Vietnam Veteran, nurse, wife, mother, and grandmother.

Diane Klutz is a proud Vietnam Veteran, nurse, wife, mother, and grandmother. Keeping to her credence that life itself is an ongoing adventure, she worked and studied her way through undergraduate school, graduate school, post-graduate nurse practitioner school, and finally earned her P. in Nursing at the young age of 59. She lives near the beach in Corpus Christi, TX, enjoying the sun, sand, and surf with her husband of forty years, two dogs (Tess and Dusty) and rescued tabby cat named Allie.

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Often comical and frequently cynical, Diane tells the story of her military adventures from basic training through duty in South Vietnam. And along the way, she discovers a truth far different than she ever expected. To read this book, upload an EPUB or FB2 file to Bookmate.

Soon to graduate from nursing school, she joined the Army Nurse Corps, and six months later she began her own journey. Often comical and frequently cynical, Diane's stories describe her experiences from basic training through duty in one of the most deadly war zones in South Vietnam. Along the way, she faces a truth about herself and the war far different than she ever expected.

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SHOW NOTES Diane (Mumper) Klutz is an Author, Writer, and Speaker Diane was an Army Nurse in Vietnam and she is a retired Assistant. Diane Klutz updated their profile picture. September 9 ·. Diane Klutz. July 17 ·. I am considering -seriously my own publisher. Now let's say you want to sell your books at a store or something. That store wants something in return-usually a percentage (you could try something a little more personal, but at age 70 I am not so sure I'd have many takers). So, you negotiate a 35% cut for the store.

I recently authored a book about my experiences in the Army. It is titled Round Eyes: An American Nurse in Vietnam.

Diane's debut story, Round Eyes: An American Nurse in Vietnam was first published in 2012, and re-released .

The book is a memoir about her experiences as an Army Nurse prior to and while serving in South Vietnam. Before retiring, Diane was active in local and state Family Nurse Practitioner Organizations while teaching graduate and undergraduate nursing courses at Texas A&M University, College of Nursing in Corpus Christi. She also taught graduate nursing at Midwestern State University in Wichita Falls, Texas, and Texas Woman's University in Denton, Texas.

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Publisher:Tri Star Books.

The year was 1969--Woodstock, free love, peace marches, and war. Life was unpredictable at best, but that didn't stop Diane from going after her dream of adventure. Soon to graduate from nursing school, she joined the Army Nurse Corps and six months later she began her journey. Often comical and frequently cynical, Diane tells the story of her military adventures from basic training through duty in South Vietnam. And along the way, she discovers a truth far different than she ever expected.