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Diane Moore

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Diane is an award-winning journalist whose works have appeared in various media including Chicago Parent, The Woman Engineer, Police Times, Tae Kwon Do Times, San Antonio Medicine magazine, True Story and Jive magazines and the Medical Gazette newspaper.

As an investigative journalist, Diane's work exposing a nurse imposter earned her an invitation to appear on NBC's the Leeza Gibbons show. She earned the Anson Jones award for medical writing and the National Mental Health Association's award for thorough research and investigative reports in the mental health industry. The Texas Department of Child and Protective Services also honored her for her articles that educated readers on recognizing and accurately reporting child abuse.

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Diane Moore my second novel, "D'Vine Intervention" is set in the scenic mountainsides of Florence, Italy, and the sandy beaches of Corpus Christi, Texas. In the…moremy second novel, "D'Vine Intervention" is set in the scenic mountainsides of Florence, Italy, and the sandy beaches of Corpus Christi, Texas. In the book, reporter Deirdre Morgan races against time to solve a murder mystery entangled with a conspiracy that pours into Europe's centuries-old wineries.
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Diane Moore When I started the novel, I figured I'd heed the advice of many authors, who advised: "Write what you know." But my heroine, Deirdre Morgan, took on…moreWhen I started the novel, I figured I'd heed the advice of many authors, who advised: "Write what you know." But my heroine, Deirdre Morgan, took on her own personality, just as each of the characters in my novel developed his or her own personality traits.

My plot was a conglomeration and exaggeration of several events that I witnessed or wrote about during my years as a journalist.(less)
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Love Thy Neighbor

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“. ."Isn't Chief worried about the Dan Rather-James Brady syndrome? Getting the news first -- if it's incorrect? And if that wasn't enough, then in 2004, Rather turned around and did it again when he didn't confirm President George Bush's military records and broadcast a bogus story about President Bush." -- excerpt from "Love Thy Neighbor" ©2012. by Diane Moore”
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“That's what you need to be writing about. Not the increased crime rate, but the increased tolerance for criminals to do whatever they want and not be held accountable.”
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“All your doing is keeping wayward teenage punks off the street. You should leave the real investigative work to us big girls with the pens and paper.”
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From Love Thy Neighbor" On journalism and news purists as well as why I pursued print instead of TV journalism/news at the No. 1 journalism school in the country: news reporters are willing to take risks "so that people can base their lives on a foundation of truth not lies. That's why I do it -- to be the one responsible voice in the crowd." Page 105' "Love Thy Neighbor”
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