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Dianne J. Wilson

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June 14

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Dianne J. Wilson writes across genres including YA Fantasy and Romantic Suspense. Weaving Invisible into words, she explores spiritual truth woven through ordinary life with equal dashes of breathless adventure and tongue-in-cheek humor, all soaked in God's Grace. She writes in stolen moments, usually in the back seat of her tiny car.

Her home is in East London, a South African coastal town, where she lives with her hubby and three daughters who all take turns at being home. Her love-language is tea and taking long drives to listen to new songs with her girls. When she’s not stuck in her car writing, you can find her feeding all the hungry people in her house who gaze at her expectantly around mealtimes.

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This is kinda like those 4D scan pics that mommy-to-be’s flash around. You know there are still months to go, but you can’t help squinting at the image hoping not to see signs of Uncle Hubert’s nose.


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No Uncle Hubert from this angle. Honestly though, isn’t it lovely? OH FINE. I’ll show you the whole thing soon, but first allow me to introduce to you Affinity, Spirit Walker s

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Great book. Well written and kept my interest. The plot was unexpected & fun. I really enjoyed reading along as Meg discovered herself."
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This is a fun read, light and funny with lots of dancing. I'd recommend it. Could easily picture each of characters."
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“waved her hand in the vague direction of the paper she’d just handed over. “What’s this all about, anyway?” Jason held the paper up with a triumphant grin, “Tina, you’re an angel.” He leaned over and kissed her”
Dianne J. Wilson, Shackles: The truth will set you free

“Biting back a scream, Rebecca forced herself upright. Her breathing formed clouds in the bitter July air. Fighting a wave of nausea, she pushed herself to her feet. Dimly aware of the creak of her bedroom door opening, the words echoed again “—Run. NOW.” After casting one final glance to the window above, she did. ___________________________________________________ “You really should have been more careful setting your alarm, dearest. You know how unsafe it is to travel in the dark. Your eyes aren’t what they used to be, you know. At our age, all one’s traveling should be done in daylight.” Pete Goodwood reached across and patted Doreen’s leg.”
Dianne J. Wilson, Shackles: The truth will set you free

“Tossing the wallet back to him, she held up the note and asked, “What is this?” “That’s a stupid question, it’s a Hundred Rand note.” “Humor me. What can you buy with it?”
Dianne J. Wilson, Shackles: The truth will set you free

“Early love is exciting and exhilarating. It's light and bubbly. Anyone can love like that. But after three children, after a separation and a near-divorce, after you've hurt each other and forgiven each other, bored each other and surprised each other, after you've seen the worst and the best-- well, that sort of love is ineffable. It deserves its own word.”
Liane Moriarty, What Alice Forgot

“Each memory, good and bad, was another invisible thread that bound them together...It was as simple and complicated as that. Love after children, after you've hurt each other and forgiven each other, bored each other and surprised each other, after you've seen the worst and the best...-well, that sort of love is ineffable. It deserves its own word.”
Liane Moriarty, What Alice Forgot

“They would think she was savoring the taste (blueberries, cinnamon, cream-excellent), but she was actually savoring the whole morning, trying to catch it, pin it down, keep it safe before all those precious moments became yet another memory.”
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“I am not a graceful person. I am not a Sunday morning or a Friday sunset. I am a Tuesday 2 a.m., gunshots muffled by a few city blocks, I am a broken window during February. My bones crack on a nightly basis. I fall from elegance with a dull thud, and I apologize for my awkward sadness. I sometimes believe that I don’t belong around people, that I belong to all the leap days that didn’t happen. The way light and darkness mix under my skin has become a storm. You don’t see the lightning, but you hear the echoes.”
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“If your novel seems to be dragging, one of the first places to look is at the heart of your lead character. Is he giving up too easily? Has she been taking it too long? Are there too many scenes where he’s thinking and not doing?” —James Scott Bell”
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Dianne Wilson Ivan wrote: "Hi! Thank you for accepting my friend request! Will be glad to exchange some recommendations, thoughts, etc in the future! Best wishes! Let the wonderful noise of the sea always sounds in your ears..."

I love the wonderful noise of the sea! Great to connect with you Ivan.


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Ivan Stoikov - Allan Bard Hi! Thank you for accepting my friend request! Will be glad to exchange some recommendations, thoughts, etc in the future! Best wishes! Let the wonderful noise of the sea always sounds in your ears! as my water dragons'hunters would greet ;).


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