Born in Texas and raised in Oklahoma, Diane Hale Moody is a graduate of Oklahoma State University. She lives with her husband Ken in the rolling hills just outside of Nashville. They are the proud parents of two grown and extraordinary children, Hannah and Ben.
Just after moving to Tennessee in 1999, Diane felt the tug of a long-neglected passion to write again. Since then, she's written a column for her local newspaper, feature articles for various magazines and curriculum, and several novels with a dozen more stories eagerly vying for her attention.
Her first book, Confessions of a Prayer Slacker, released in August of 2010. She also co-authored Don't Ever Look Down: Surviving Cancer Together, with Dick & Debbie Church about their journey through breast cancer. The Runaway Pastor's Wife, her debut novel, released on Kindle and paperback in 2011. Her newest release, Tea with Emma, is the first installment of The Teacup Novellas, available now on Kindle.
When she's not reading or writing, Diane enjoys an eclectic taste in music and movies, great coffee, the company of good friends, and the adoration of a peculiar little puppy named Darby.
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Confessions of a Prayer Slacker
by Diane Moody
(5.00 from 1 review)
Published: November 1, 2014
In Confessions of a Prayer Slacker, author Diane Moody traces her own personal prayer journey with a touch of humor and a healthy dose of transparency. ''I want my readers to stop the merry-go-round of prayerlessness, and get serious about this thing called prayer. Without it, we'll never experience the warm, one-on-one relationship God desires to have with each one of us.''
Tea with Emma (Book One of the Teacup Novellas)
by Diane Moody
(4.00 from 1 review)
Fresh from a Jane Austen tour in England, Maddie Cooper returns home to Texas, determined to bring a touch of “Austen to Austin.” She dreams of opening an authentic English tea room and, like Austen’s Emma, use her self-proclaimed gift as a matchmaker. When a cranky Englishman moves in across the street is he the perfect match for someone else, or has Maddie finally found true love?
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