Diana Duncan

Biography

When her dreams of becoming a ballerina were quashed by early-onset klutziness, Diana Duncan took up the safer vocation of writing. Her first thrilling masterpiece—written in orange crayon—was titled “Perky the Kitten,” and became an instant bestseller with her grandparents.

Her childhood growing up as a military brat gave her ability to leap into a conversation with anyone, anywhere, anytime…and she always discovers a new friend in the process. This gift of gab perfectly equipped her for a career that involves making stuff up.

Di is famous for using seven words when one will do. She wields smart-assery like a samurai sword, and will be the first to volunteer in a catastrophe. Of course, she was probably the one who caused the catastrophe. She’s fiercely loyal to her friends and family…but in the event of the upcoming zombie apocalypse, she won’t hesitate to use them as human shields.

She loves her job as an author, and claims writing is the most fun she’s ever had while wearing her sock monkey pajamas. She also enjoys gardening, cooking, and adopting abandoned curbside furniture to refurbish into treasures.

Diana published 6 award-winning books with a traditional NY publisher before going rogue with Indie Publishing.

Di loves to hear from her readers.

Where to find Diana Duncan online


Books

Cross Country Christmas (Marriage & Mayhem! Holiday Special)
By
Price: $2.99 USD. Words: 62,070. Language: English. Published: November 19, 2014. Category: Fiction » Romance » Contemporary
Stranded in an airport by a blizzard, Christie McQuade joins Damian Reade & his 4 year-old son Eli in their '57 Bel Air on a Cross Country Christmas adventure filled with fun and surprises. A child’s unshakeable faith in Santa, his seemingly impossible Christmas wishes of the Jolly Old Man, and a whole lot of holiday magic lead Damian and Christie to the biggest surprise of all...love!
Big Bad Wolfe (Marriage & Mayhem!) Book 2
By
Price: $3.99 USD. Words: 104,200. Language: English. Published: July 3, 2013. Category: Fiction » Romance » Suspense
Jillian Ramsay is taking care of her best friend’s child after his mother's death. Working with disadvantaged children, she recognizes the boy's father, FBI Agent Zane Wolfe, is an abuse survivor. Jillian understands Zane's fears of fatherhood, but she & the boy are in danger & she needs Zane to help her gain permanent custody. When Zane's past and present collide...which future will he choose?
Laws of Attraction (Marriage & Mayhem!) Book 1
By
Price: $3.99 USD. Words: 79,050. Language: English. Published: May 26, 2012. Category: Fiction » Romance » Suspense
When their quests for vengeance collide, Undercover Texas lawman Dallas McQuade and Mia Linden, a disbarred lawyer, are forced into a reluctant partnership—and a Las Vegas wedding. Neither of them planned on falling in love. But they can’t fight the passion…and emotions…ricocheting between them. Maybe they can heal each other. And their make-believe marriage can become real. If they survive.
Devil May Care (Devilish Devlins Book 2)
By
Price: $3.99 USD. Words: 90,270. Language: English. Published: April 20, 2012. Category: Fiction » Romance » Contemporary
Flynn Devlin roars into Marisa Matheson's life on a Harley, with a bod for sin and a charming Irish lilt. This bad boy she doesn't need. But Flynn also has magic talent with a camera—something she desperately needs to keep her wedding planning business from tanking. Flynn is the only thing standing between Marisa and complete financial ruin. And he doesn't just want a fling...he wants forever.
Deal with the Devil (Devilish Devlins Book 1)
By
Price: $2.99 USD. Words: 54,980. Language: English. Published: September 15, 2011. Category: Fiction » Romance » General
When Irish eyes are smilin’…beware! Software Designer Cynthia Wagner and Irish Rogue Rory Devlin are forced to become reluctant neighbors, and trouble—and love—isn’t far behind! Cyn has two weeks to invent a game that'll save her job and devilishous Rory Devlin is a dangerous distraction. But could it be what Cyn has mistaken for hell is actually the heaven she’s been searching for?

Diana Duncan’s tag cloud