Diane Armstrong


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Diane was born in Poland and arrived in Australia in 1948.

At the age of seven she decided to become a writer. Her first article, about teaching at a Blackboard Jungle school in London, was published in The Australian Women's Weekly in 1965. Diane subsequently became a freelance journalist, and over three thousand of her investigative articles, personal experience stories, profiles and travel stories have been published in newspapers and magazines such as Readers Digest, Vogue, The Bulletin, Harper's Bazaar, The Australian, The Sydney Morning Herald, Good Weekend, and The Age. Her articles have also appeared in major publications in the UK, Canada, Poland, Hong Kong, Hungary, Holland and South Africa.

Over the years she has received numerous
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Winter Journey

4.05 avg rating — 2,746 ratings — published 2005 — 13 editions
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Mosaic: A Chronicle of Five...

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Nocturne

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The Voyage of Their Life: T...

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Empire Day

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The Collaborator

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“You can’t do anything about the length of your life, but you can do a lot about the width and depth of it.”
Diane Armstrong, Empire Day

“As long as she was there, I was still the younger generation, but now that the last custodian of my past has gone, I’m in the front line.”
Diane Armstrong, Mosaic: A Chronicle of Five Generations

“Everything in the world is interconnected, everything moves and changes, but nothing ever vanishes.”
Diane Armstrong, Mosaic: A Chronicle of Five Generations

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