Diana Gordon


I am a proud New Zealander, and very passionate about the environment, natural health, healing, and photography. I grew up in Central Otago in the South Island. After leaving school, I trained as a hairdresser - and became interested in natural therapies after having my children. I practised as a Naturopath for 25 years, and have now retired from running a clinic, but still work part-time in the natural therapies field. I love gardening, photography, reading, and travel. My children died in car accidents, which inspired me to write about their survival after death. I self-published my book called "I'm Alive my Children are Dead - or Are They?" It was voted a finalist in The Ashton Wylie Charitable Trust Awards in NZ in 2013. (Balboa Press) available from Amazon, Fish Pond etc.
In 2014, I was asked to contribute along with 364 other authors for a book called 'Inspiration Bible' The unseen force transforming lives worldwide, published by Emily Gower of Gower International Publishing Australia. We each contributed a page of our writing to inspire readers. My contribution is on page 96 and is called, 'There is Only Love'.
I have now written an ebook for young adults/adults about Tane Mahuta a famous Old Kauri Tree whose life is under threat because of an incurable disease, and a young lad called Joshua who wants to save the Kauri trees and forests worldwide. Read on and be inspired.

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Tane Mahuta New Zealand's famous icon - a ticking time bomb
Price: $2.99 USD. Words: 38,070. Language: English. Published: October 6, 2018. Categories: Fiction » Young adult or teen » Adventure
New Zealand’s famous icon Tane Mahuta is in great danger. Kauri trees are dying of an incurable disease. Meet Joshua a young sensitive, psychic boy, who to his shock and awe, hears Tane talking to him. He learns much from this Old Tree, and with his friend Maia, they visit Tane every night in their dream state. He has an urgent message for the children of Aotearoa. Tell the world of our plight.

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