Diane Moore is featured in:
verge magazine blog: (8.16)-Parenting abroad
verge magazine blog: (3.16) Runaway Retirees-European sabbatical-verge magazine blog: (4.16) Good Manners Are Universal
-American Christian Fiction Writers (2.3.16)-Sleuths and Suspects
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"Love Thy Neighbor."
We hear it often. But what if your neighbor is a sociopath or attempts to harm or harass you?
Discernment is critical when you're facing someone who perceives your kindness as weakness. Or when your "friends" use pity or fear to manipulate you.
Learn how you, like heroine Deirdre Morgan, can overcome adversity through positive behavior, even when those around you are acting badly.
Order Love Thy Neighbor today. You deserve it.
Parson Place Press releases Love Thy Neighbor.
To schedule a book reading/signing, e-mail me at email@example.com.
Welcome to author Diane Moore's website. You'll find:
2017 Updates: It's here. "Love Thy Neighbor" in e-book format. Now available for Kindle and Nook.
Heroine Deirdre Morgan is in tight spots, which she gracefully turns to her advantage. The Police Chief keeps Deirdre at the forefront of the homicide investigation, while Detective Stuart Beaumont tries keeps her at the top of the suspect list.
Diane is an award-winning journalist whose works have appeared in various media including Chicago Parent, The Woman Engineer, Police Times, Tae Kwon Do Times, San Antonio Medicine magazine, True Story and Jive magazines and the Medical Gazette newspaper.
As an investigative journalist, Diane's work exposing a nurse imposter earned her an invitation to appear on NBC's the Leeza Gibbons show. She earned the Anson Jones award for medical writing and the National Mental Health Association's award for thorough research and investigative reports in the mental health industry. The Texas Department of Child and Protective Services also honored her for her articles that educated readers on recognizing and accurately reporting child abuse.
Her journalism expertise combined with her work as a public relations and corporate communications executive for Fortune 500 companies, helps Diane set the stage for her exciting novels.
Diane's enthusiasm for adventure was inspired by her parents' goal to see all 50 of the United States by Diane's 18th birthday. Planting the seeds of exploration, Diane traveled 500 miles away from home to pursue her writing career at the well respected University of Missouri's School of Journalism. She earned two degrees, a bachelor of journalism in magazine journalism and a bachelor of arts degree in Spanish literature.
Diane and her husband Pat currently live in Sulzbach-Rosenberg, Germany, but formerly called San Antonio, Texas, home. They travel extensively throughout the U.S. and Europe to visit their six children and four grandchildren; Barclay (www.PinnacleMortgageAlaska.com), Erin, Jake (www.sa-industrial.com), Raleigh, Erika and Andrea. Grandchildren, Daphne, Clara, Brynleigh and Jackson.
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When I'm not writing, I'm a beautician and skincare specialist at the Stylique Spa in Grafenwoehr, Germany, and an independent consultant with
BeautiControl (www.beautipage.com/beauti-with-diane). I enjoy making people feel good about their external appearances as well as internal peace and spirituality. Visit my salon website at: www.beautiwithdiane.com