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  • A time-hopping, continent-spanning salmagundi of genres.”
  • “These books have to be word-of-mouth books because they're too weird to describe to anybody.”
    —Jackie Cantor, Diana's first editor

Late summer…

Ah…Santa Fe in late summer….




Also posted on my Facebook page on August 21, 2015.

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  1. Dear Diana,

    I am glad you are doing the USO tour. I am sure there are servicemen who will be thrilled to meet you.

    But I was glad to know you are working on another book. I have exhausted your list of writings. I am anxiously awaiting another book. I have even read many of the novellas twice. I have decided to try to tackle “Outlander” in French.

    I was disappointed the casting of Outlander the TV Movie. That guy just does not do Jamie justice.
    I have always wanted to go to Scotland and I am going to try to go there next year – partially motivated by St. Andrews which looks like an adorable town, but also to try to visit Inverness and some of the other places called out in your books. (And, yes, I have always been a Loch Ness aficionado – I called it early in my youth that it must be a plesiosaur – haha.) If I hear any stones buzzing, I will be sure to stay away from them;-)

    BEST LUCK. You have made many people’s lives more fun with your work and your research.


    Gaye Morton

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