Diane M. Dresback loves to tell stories using both novels and films. Stories about ordinary people that bump into or create challenges they must overcome. Often tales that are present day dramatic but also encompass the hint of a science fiction element to make things interesting. To date, she has 3 published novels and also a non-fiction book about getting things done.
In 2007, Diane M. Dresback began working in the independent film industry in Arizona. She has completed over 35 short films as writer, director, and producer and has won numerous awards for her efforts. She has written several feature length screenplays, including one she also co-produced called ATROPHY. Diane received the 2012 Arizona Filmmaker of the Year Award by the Phoenix Film Foundation.
Diane has over 27 years in corporate Human Resources and Training experience with most of that time in management and executive level positions in the financial and travel industries. She holds a Masters degree in Adult Education and a Bachelors degree in Human Services.
Nora Collins works at the for-profit organization The Postponement Center, where she helps parents plan for the legal and safe cryonic postponing of their infants, sometimes for health reasons but mostly for convenience. Nora’s ultimate desire to see one neonate in particular live a normal and healthy life requires extreme measure and pushes Nora to take actions she never would imagine.
Many want to accomplish more. Perhaps start and finish a project, develop a new skill, begin a new hobby or career, or improve in our work. But roadblocks and lack of know-how prevent us from making headway. Your Action, Your Success addresses many or our challenges and offers solutions for getting ourselves moving. Begin today and soon you will be on your way to getting more things done!
Estranged from his wife and working a dead end job, Nick Devlyn is introduced to a pleasurable coping mechanism that allows him to re-live past memories from the confines of the Parlor. What begins as a harmless recollection exercise, Nick soon must make sense of disturbing discoveries. Watch the book trailer: https://vimeo.com/66600299
After 25 years of estrangement from his father, Joe Tenning is unexpectedly summoned to the bedside of Charles Tenning. Suddenly, he is pulled into unraveling the disturbingly bizarre and ethically questionable work in which his father has been covertly engaged. He now must wrestle with the effects of his father’s work on himself, his loved ones and the lives of many others.