Tuesday, December 26, 2006

My new blog!

Hello, everyone! Well, I finally have a blog. :) I've actually been resisting doing this for quite some time, because I can't really think of anything anyone might actually want to read, but I'm going to give it a try! This has been such an exciting year for me! I've sold three books to Cobblestone Press, got some great reviews, met some wonderful people and am now nominated for the CAPA award for my first book THE MAIL ORDER BRIDE! Wahoo! I hope 2007 brings more good news! Thanks for dropping by!

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Keziah Hill said...

Welcome to blog land Diana!

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