More of Diana Duncan!

It's Friday ya'll! 

Diana Duncan graciously answered a ton of questions I posed, so I'm putting some more up today for your enjoyment. Don't forget to comment for a chance to win a download of one of her ebooks: 
Deal with the Devil, the Devlish Devlin series 
OR her newest, just – released  – yesterday paranormal romance, Sword of the Raven

"…The entire theme of the book is how we can’t always stop or control the things that hurt us, but we can choose to triumph over them. I have to admit, I cried when I wrote that part. In fact, I cried more writing this story than any other. But when I made it through to the happy ending, it felt really great."

Check out yesterday's post here for her writing advice, encouragement, and what men wear under their kilts. 

You know I live in Atlanta, where the zombie apocalypse is filmed on a weekly schedule….
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8 thoughts on “More of Diana Duncan!

  1. I don't think we've ever done ice cream for dinner. We've done a lot of pancakes, waffles, and french toast – breakfast dinners are what my boys like. Especially when it's cold & wintry weather. Does everybody kiss for the 1st time in the 7th grade? I kissed Larry on the playground in the 3rd gd, but Pierre Gautreaux kissed me when he walked me to the door after the 7th gd dance. And my mom & big brother saw the whole thing from the inside at the sidelights!

  2. Ha! I'm such a late bloomer – I was 16 when I got my first kiss. A good one too at my sweet sixteen party thrown by my BFF at the time. 🙂 ah, memories…Great interview Pamela and Diana!

  3. My first kiss on the cheek from a boy was in kindergarten, but I don't think that counts, right? First romantic kiss was M.J. at a Youth Leadership Seminar when I was 16–you're not such a late bloomer, Kellie.I could so do ice cream sundaes for dinner. I'm not eating dairy now with my anti-inflamatory diet (I've lost over 20 lbs!), but for my "cheat week" at Thanksgiving, I'm going to have the hugest hot fudge brownie sundae and go lay comatose.Thanks for sharing the fun stories! juleejadams (at) gmail (dot) com

  4. Love that first kiss part. And like the others, those ice cream sundays for dinner are very cool. I of course also enjoy a bit of Griswold Family Christmas quotes. ;)Great interview. Thanks for sharing your life lessons with us.

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