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Diane Scott Lewis

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Diane Scott Lewis grew up in the San Francisco Bay Area, and joined the Navy at nineteen. She writes book reviews for the Historical Novel Review magazine and was a historical editor for The Wild Rose Press. Her first novel, The False Light, was published in 2010. Elysium, in 2011. Her sequel to TFL, Without Refuge,was released March 2012.
In November 2012 she published a spoof to Fifty Shades of Grey called Miss Grey's Shady Lover. In 2014 a romantic farce and historical saga followed.
In 2015 she published a historical mystery and is now working on a time travel. Her next novel will be about New Brunswick, in the Canadian Brides historical series.

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Diane Scott Lewis If I'm having difficulty with one book, I move on to another (I'm usually working on two at the same time). Otherwise, I'm in two critique groups and…moreIf I'm having difficulty with one book, I move on to another (I'm usually working on two at the same time). Otherwise, I'm in two critique groups and I'll take a break and critique one of my partners' chapters, that often inspires me to continue writing.
Thumbing through a research book will often help inspire me.(less)
Diane Scott Lewis I've always loved to spin stories, and now I get to create my own characters and build their worlds and relationships. Sometimes--though purists frown…moreI've always loved to spin stories, and now I get to create my own characters and build their worlds and relationships. Sometimes--though purists frown on it--I even rewrite history to suit my story.
I live in a fantasy, what's not to like!(less)
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The Apothecary's Widow

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Ring of Stone

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Betrayed Countess

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Rose's Precarious Quest

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I learned so much about Martha "Patsy" Jefferson, Thomas Jefferson's oldest daughter, though I know some of it was fictionalized. I'm glad Sally Hemings wasn't neglected in the story, her part with the family and as Jefferson's lover, very much evide ...more
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In Brussels, Belgium, Helen Whitely expects a proposal from the man she adores, Viscount Langley, a Peninsular War veteran. Langley rescued her from the dastardly Lord Pennington in the previous book in the series Sunday’s Child.
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