Diane V. Mulligan
Diane Vanaskie Mulligan began writing her first novel, Watch Me Disappear, during an after-school writing club she moderates for high school students. She published it in August 2012. In 2013, it was a finalist in the Kindle Book Review's Best Indie Book Awards in the Young Adult category. Her second novel, The Latecomers Fan Club, was released in November 2013. It was named a 2014 IndieReader Discovery Award winner.
Diane holds a BA in American Studies from Mount Holyoke College and a Master’s degree in teaching from Simmons College. When she isn’t teaching or writing, she’s the managing editor at The Worcester Review and the director of The Betty Curtis Worcester County Young Writers’ Conference You can also find her occasionally strumming her guitar and singing at various bars in central Massachusetts, where she lives with her husband.
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The Latecomers Fan Club
by Diane V. Mulligan
IndieReader Discovery Award Winner for Chick Lit 2014!
"An often entertaining novel about how life can turn out when careers and marriages don't happen as planned." --Kirkus Reviews
What is it about musicians that makes them so irresistible? If Abby and Maggie could answer that question, maybe they could finally get over Nathaniel.
Watch Me Disappear
by Diane V. Mulligan
Starting over at a new school for senior year of high school doesn't have to be a nightmare--if you friend the right people and aren't afraid to break a few rules. And if there's one thing Lizzie wants as she walks into the halls of her third high school it's a senior year she'll always remember.
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- The Outcasts
on June 24, 2015
I was lucky enough to get an advance copy of THE OUTCASTS, and once I started reading it, I couldn't put it down.
Set in a strange world where humans, elves, wizards, and morphs (creatures who can change form to be either animal or human in appearance) live in neighboring realms with tenuous alliances and frequent fighting between species, a band of heroes emerges when outcasts from difference species realize they must unite or perish.
There are many great things at work in this story. The characters and complex and while they are united as outcasts, each has his or her own conflict as well. The plot is full of surprises, and the author does a great job of balancing action with introducing the reader to the world of the story.