Friday, January 2, 2009

Dianne Sagan, Writer/Author

It's my pleasure to be hosting the talented and versatile writer/author, Dianne Sagan. A business woman, mother of six children and grandmother to three, Dianne is a busy woman.

Dianne Sagan was raised in Texas and is now a full-time ghostwriter and author. Her credits include 35+ editorials for the Amarillo Globe News, a regional newspaper, in addition to short stories and articles published on the internet. Dianne’s works in progress include a flash fiction book with five other women writers, Women’s Bible studies, a series of suspense novels, and Christian fiction. Dianne is working on a line of ebooks. She is active in her church. Her activities there include teaching Women’s Bible studies, teaching Adult Sunday School, and choir. She served as a volunteer for five years with the Sharing Hope Ministry, a prison ministry to incarcerated women. She has also been a Small Group leader. Besides being a full-time writer, Dianne and her husband Greg own a business consulting firm, Sagan & Associates. She is a partner and seminar facilitator. She loves speaking to writer’s groups and women’s groups. Her background includes working in the private sector, small business, academia, non-profits, adult and youth training, and speaking. A member of Panhandle Professional Writers, she can be contacted through her website – Dianne Sagan, Writer –
Dianne is currently working on stories for several anthologies and has a story published in the Tainted Mirror anthology (October 2007). The story, Second Chances, is about her son’s head injury and the aftermath.

Purchasing information for "The Tainted Mirror An Anthology:"
ISBN 13:978-0-9786066-1-9
It can be found on and barnes&

You can reach Dianne at:
My blog:

Please, don't forget to come back January 4th, for more with Dianne Sagan.

See you in blog world, Karen


Dianne Sagan said...

Karen and Robyn -
thank for having me with you this week. I love being asked to visit and love hosting other writers as well. This will be a fun week.

Karen and Robyn - Writing for Children said...

Hey, Dianne,

It my pleasure!


Deb Hockenberry said...

Karen, Great beginning to what I'm sure is a great interview! Dianne certainly is one busy lady. I can't wait til the 4th to see what else she has written, where she gets her ideas, etc.

Joyce Anthony said...

I didn't realize how busy you are, Dianne! I certainly admire people who can speak-that is one thing that scares me senseless!

Karen and Robyn - Writing for Children said...

Thanks, Deb and Joyce for stopping by!