Johnny’s Place

Johnny’s Place – The Coronation Restaurant is written introspectively of her father, Johnny Seto, in his 50some years as the manager of the Coronation Restaurant. Situated at the historic Four Corners of Bowmanville, the Coronation was for many years has been a key gathering spot in town. Illustrated with black & white and colour images and a new cover, this book also features postcards to Johnny from customers. As well as a smalltown restaurant, the Coronation saw many immigrants from China passing on their own personal journey to making Canada their home. This book adds to the ethnohistoric records of Bowmanville which celebrated in 2008 its 150th anniversary.




About the Author

Janice Seto writes non-fiction and commentary including articles for The Bridge, the publication of The Malaysia-Canada Business Council. Save Your Breath: Making Better Deals by Talking Less is an expansion on her article, on negotiating, for The Bridge. Over the years, she has studied royalty and studied the Enneagram personality system and written her dissertation on the topic. Royalty Meets Enneagram is her latest series. Her more recent books are also available on Amazon: Standing Out in The Background – A Guide to Extra Work in Toronto’s Film & TV Industry and Johnny Seto’s Bowmanville – An Enneagram Perspective. Her first children’s book, Walking for Clean Water: Pukatawagan on the Move, is in English and Cree, with Ralph Caribou providing the Rock Cree dialect translation. The System for Women is her first book series on relationships, based on the hilarious but insightful work of Doc Love Parts 1 and 3 reached #2 on the Amazon Bestseller list in its category as a free download. Part 5: Pride and Prejudice reached #1. Bowmanville’s Octagon House – From Church and Faith and Tait to Irwin & Seto also went all the way to #1.



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