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Diane Moody


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Born in Texas and raised in Oklahoma, Diane Hale Moody is a graduate of Oklahoma State University. She lives with her husband Ken in the rolling hills just outside of Nashville. They are the proud parents of two grown and extraordinary children, Hannah and Ben.

Just after moving to Tennessee in 1999, Diane felt the tug of a long-neglected passion to write again. Since then, she's written a column for her local newspaper, feature articles for various magazines and curriculum, and several novels with a dozen more stories eagerly vying for her attention.

When she's not reading or writing, Diane enjoys an eclectic taste in music and movies, great coffee, the company of good friends, and the adoration of a peculiar little pooch named Darby.
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Farewell Little Blog

Once upon a time, when the cyberworld was young and bursting forth with bloggers sharing every thought that came into their minds, I too joined their ranks. Alas, as we soon discovered, no one on the face of the earth has time to read them all. Still, we felt we had things to say so we kept on blogging until the cobwebs grew thick and the words no longer mattered in a world drowning with them.

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Quotes by Diane Moody  (?)
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“Why would God give us a passion for something unless we could somehow use it for his glory?”
Diane Moody, Home to Walnut Ridge

“El Shaddai. My all-sufficient God who is able to handle all my needs. Everything I will ever need I can find in Him. Think about that for a moment. Do you sense the power He offers us in those words? There is nothing, absolutely nothing in your life that He cannot handle.”
Diane Moody, Confessions of a Prayer Slacker

“To forgive is to set a prisoner free and discover that the prisoner was yourself.”
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