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Dianna Narciso lives on the Space Coast of Florida with her husband and three sons. She writes fiction under various pen names, including Dana Trantham, D.D. Charles, and Dianna Dann.
Yes, she's a rabble rouser, a cat lover, an over-indulger of chocolate, and a tap dancer. But she can be very nice once you get to know her.
While Dianna Narciso will be publishing a second edition of "Like Rolling Uphill" (ISBN: 1-932560-74-2) in the future, in the meantime, she has multiple personalities to deal with:
Dana Trantham writes fantasy adventure for all ages. Her book series: "The Kell Stone Prophecy" is under way with the first title: "Children of Path (ISBN: 978-1-938999-00-0)." (Her editor, Ms. Narciso, wonders if using two colons in one sentence is a good idea.)
Dana was her nickname as a child and Trantham her birth name. She hated them both and has decided that the best revenge is to put them on a book.
D.D. Charles writes what she likes to call wonk, though her definition has no relation to the one you might find at dictionary.com (which riles her editor no end). It's weird, it's paranormal, it's funny, a tad silly...strange. She's just strange.
Her first book is "Zombie Revolution" (ISBN: 978-1-938999-01-7) in which a zombie falls desperately in love with a vampire and thwarts a vampire plot to hack the heads off all the zombies and take over the world. Serious stuff.
Her next will involve serial-killer-victim-ghost-prostitutes or so she tells us at Wayward Cat Publishing. We just can't wait...?
Dianna Dann is the dominant personality, though she's yet to finish her own book, "Camelia." But she insists on having some time in the consciousness over the next several months to do so. We'll see how that works out for her; she and Dana never really got along and neither knows what to make of D.D.
Welcome to Dianna Narciso's head, and to Wayward Cat Publishing.
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"Camelia has stolen my heart...one of the best books I've ever read."
---The Literary Connoisseur
April MacMillan is drunk, standing on the roof of Three River Terrace seven stories up, ready to jump to her death, when she remembers Camelia.
Will the truth about Camelia save her? Or will it lead her back t
The Wretched (The Kell Stone Prophecy Book Two)
Leah Hallowsing's world is crumbling around her. Her beloved Kirche has become ruthless and cruel. Prenalin acts a friend, only to prove he cannot be trusted. Lost in the beast forest, she discovers that the devotion of her people is false. Worse, she finds herself to be a smooth liar. All she wanted for her future is slipping away.
Could she alone hold the secret to the kell stone?
A short story. 3600 words.
Can a nerd zombie in recovery and a beautiful young vampire find love despite society's taboo against inter-undead dating and still fight off a vampire plot to hack the heads off the zombies and take over the world?
Children of Path (The Kell Stone Prophecy Book One)
Fenn Foster does not know who he is...
Roused from bed before dawn and forced into the forbidden tunnel in the cellar of the wissenry, Fenn finds himself hunted by the king’s guard. Is he the bairn of prophecy–destined to murder the king and destroy his beloved homeland, the Ruud?
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