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Diana Paz

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Diana Paz

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Diana Paz writes books about magic, adventure, and romance, including her YA time-travel series, TIMESPELL. She was born in Costa Rica, grew up on Miami Beach, moved to Los Angeles in high school, and went to college in San Diego. Diana graduated from California State University, San Marcos with a Bachelor's Degree in Liberal Arts. An avid procrastinator, she often wishes she had the power to freeze time. She loves old movies, epic fantasy, all kinds of music, and heading to the beach with a good book. Preferably sipping a highly sweetened iced coffee. ...more

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Diana Paz If it's just a mild, off-day kind of thing, I can usually snap out of it by re-reading things I had already written. That helps me reconnect with my c…moreIf it's just a mild, off-day kind of thing, I can usually snap out of it by re-reading things I had already written. That helps me reconnect with my characters and my story.

If I find myself *really* stuck, I write my characters into a ridiculous or impossible situation, and keep writing a scene that will never be used. Like, aliens landed and one of my characters is abducted. How does she react? What kind of world do they take her to? Of course, the scene isn't included in any book, but I still gain insight into who my character is, and often my brain will want to return to the actual story. Writing itself is the cure, for me.(less)
Diana Paz Creating beautiful worlds and falling in love with my characters--even the most evil ones. Connecting with readers and knowing that they are sharing m…moreCreating beautiful worlds and falling in love with my characters--even the most evil ones. Connecting with readers and knowing that they are sharing my world, my thoughts, whether they love my books or not, it's amazing to have a link with people through my writing, and know they are experiencing something I created.(less)
Average rating: 4.02 · 133 ratings · 36 reviews · 4 distinct works
Timespell (Timespell, #1)

3.96 avg rating — 118 ratings — published 2012 — 5 editions
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Timespell: Perilous Waters ...

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La carga que no pesa

it was amazing 5.00 avg rating — 2 ratings
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A Christmas Treasure: A Vic...

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My Interview at USA Today HEA!!

The talented and wonderful Veronice Scott, author of The Gods of the Nile series and Star Cruise: Marooned, interviewed me for USA Today Happily Ever After! It was a genuine pleasure chatting with her, and I'm excited to share the interview with you all!

She had some great questions for me... find out what I'm reading now, who my favorite anime character is, and more! Full interview link below:

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Published on January 14, 2016 08:17 Tags: interview, timespell
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