Travelling My Own Track – Stan Coster Autobiography

$42.00

168 pages

“For a long time now, I have intended to write a book on my life, a lot of people have told me I should, so about 15 years ago I got an exercise book and began back tracking. What I considered to be interesting experiences from as far back as I could remember, from then on I have started what I hope will be an interesting story.”

The hand-written words reveal Stan Coster’s dream of releasing a book about his years living in the bush, but that was interrupted with his early passage. When his siblings found his diaries, they decided to put together this book with the help of the Stan Coster Fan Club letters.

The book is divided in four parts: The Early Years and The Move to Tamworth – both taken from his hand written diaries, The Music Game – taken from Stan Coster fan club letters and the Curtain Close, written by Tracy Coster, his daughter that keeps his music alive throughout Australia.

In the words of the Radio announcer Brian Howard “He certainly left a huge legacy of respect and influence with me and my family and I trust that we’ll meet again at some distant campfire.”

This is truly a great story to read by a campfire and to get to know the story of one of the Australians greatest.

If you would like Tracy Coster to autograph the book, please let us know the name of the person you would like her to dedicate it to in the Autograph field during Checkout.

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168 pages

“For a long time now, I have intended to write a book on my life, a lot of people have told me I should, so about 15 years ago I got an exercise book and began back tracking. What I considered to be interesting experiences from as far back as I could remember, from then on I have started what I hope will be an interesting story.”

The hand-written words reveal Stan Coster’s dream of releasing a book about his years living in the bush, but that was interrupted with his early passage. When his siblings found his diaries, they decided to put together this book with the help of the Stan Coster Fan Club letters.

The book is divided in four parts: The Early Years and The Move to Tamworth – both taken from his hand written diaries, The Music Game – taken from Stan Coster fan club letters and the Curtain Close, written by Tracy Coster, his daughter that keeps his music alive throughout Australia.

In the words of the Radio announcer Brian Howard “He certainly left a huge legacy of respect and influence with me and my family and I trust that we’ll meet again at some distant campfire.”

This is truly a great story to read by a campfire and to get to know the story of one of the Australians greatest.

Shipping cost included!