“Watch out, dear.” Anna Morris was quick to pull the young girl back from the loud crunch of the passing pickup rounding the corner. “Where are your parents? You aren’t alone on this busy street, are you?” She stooped down eye level with the young miss.
“Mama left and don’t know where she is…but she always comes back, she does.” A single tear made its way down the girl’s cheek. “I guess today she forgot, so I started to look for her and lost myself.”
What will Anna and young Grace find when they return to locate her mother at Misery Row? What awaits her and can she adapt to a new life? Follow Grace and Anna as life changing plans and decisions are made. Will she leave New York or continue to roam the streets she has always known?
Diane started her writing career at an early age when she asked for a typewriter for Christmas. She pounded the keys writing poetry and short stories in grade school on an old black Royal manual. It wasn’t until her husband’s work took them to a southern town she wrote her first column, “Yankee Viewpoint’s” for a local newspaper, covering hard news and feature stories in the area. Upon returning to their home-state of Michigan, she did stringer work, ancestral history, and donor appeal letters for non-profit organizations; while doing her favorite job ever, a stay-at-home Mom. She is the author of Carolina in the Morning, On a Summer Night, Stories from a Porch Swing, Winter Wonderland, Texting Mr. Right, This Side of Heaven, Lilacs in May and Journey of Redemption. Diane was a columnist for a weekly magazine, for four years, and her stories have appeared in a number of magazines and books. She is the author of over three-hundred short stories. She and hubby, Stephen, have been married for forty-five years, and they are the parents of three grown children and three grand-gals. Diane thanks the Lord daily for her loving husband, three great kids and for giving her the desires of her heart.
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11 thoughts on “Spotlight on Author Diane Dean White”
I haven’t yet read any of these orphan train books, but your blurb is so intriguing. I’m adding it to my to be read list. It sounds wonderful!
Great Christina! I think you’ll enjoy it. 🙂
Diane Dean White’s novels are always a delight to read. This one is no exception. Her books always have a bit of mystery that keeps you turning the pages.
I especially enjoy the way she guides her characters’ to kindly God’s grace.
Thank you, Mary. I appreciate your support. Thank you for coming by.
Not only is she a prolific writer, she is also an excellent mentor and encourager! I’m so proud to have worked with her on a couple of my projects. I love the title and cover of the featured book. Looks like a great read!
Thanks for coming by, Joan Deneve. Thank you for your sweet comments. It was fun working together on our first books. You are a special friend.
Diane, thanks so much for sharing Grace and Anna’s story today. So excited to have you on my blog and to be a fellow Forget Me Not writer.
Thank you for asking me, June. I look at your life touring the country in an RV and think…you’re doing what I’d like to do. What a great way to see the country and write. I appreciate you allowing me to share this
story and do an ebook giveaway.
I loved Journey to Redemption! Filled with faith, family, hope and trust in God, Journey to Redemption is a lovely story that you won’t want to end.
Thank you, Sherry. I’m so happy you enjoyed it.
Novellas are shorter than novels so they have to
end a bit sooner, but I know the feeling. I miss my
I have read anything from this author yet. I would love to. This sounds like a very interesting book.