Dianne was the last person you would expect to write blogs or books. Oh, she’s always had a great imagination, but there was that little problem with learning disabilities. When Dianne left high school she couldn’t write a letter she was proud of. When a fluke got her enrolled in university without the normally required matric, Dianne didn’t know if the word she wanted was their, thier, or there when it came time to write an essay. Perseverance paid off. Dianne went on to do a master’s degree and was ordained as a minister in the United Church of Canada.

At one point in her life, Dianne decided that mature people did not read fiction and especially not fantasy. She didn’t read fiction for several years running. Not until she almost crashed and burned. Dianne decided there was something missing in her life and that the missing element was fantasy. Dianne never dreamed that she would one day be a writer and that her books would be read and loved by people around the world. If you haven’t done so already check out the web site for Dianne’s book

http://www.benthedragonborn.com

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