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Read my blog, discover my books and learn a little about me.

Organizing

Speaking of the garage. Have you ever noticed how many people park their cars in their driveway? That’s because their garage is so full they have no room for the cars. I am amazed when I walk my dog and someone’s garage is open, what people store! Tools, workout...

Resolutions

New Year’s Day always brings New Year’s resolutions! Why do we do that to ourselves every year? They usually last a week. Good intentions, until the pressure heats up and there are familiar things we want to eat and do. Last year I decided to spare myself the agony of...

The Holidays

Another year and now I’m 84. I don’t feel 84, I feel more like I did when I was 50 or 60. I see friends passing away or dealing with major medical problems and have certainly become aware of my own mortality. I’m grateful to God for basically good health. I cannot...

Opinions

Don’t know if everyone is as frustrated with what’s going on in our country, but it is sure getting old. Complaining about our politicians won’t change Washington! It is easy to get on the “let’s complain about politics, or whatever” bandwagon. I must remember in that...

Train Trips

Three years ago, in the spring, I took Amtrak from San Diego to Palatka, Florida, where my daughter lives. I took the Coaster from San Diego to Los Angeles where I transferred to the train that would take three days and two nights to get to Chicago. Transferred again...

My Books

About Diana

Diana Wallis Taylor was first published at the age of 12, when she sold a poem to a church newspaper. After receiving her B.A. in Elementary Education at San Diego State University, she was an elementary school teacher for 22 years, attended Bethel Seminary, sold real estate, opened two coffeehouse/used bookstores, and was a conference director for a private Christian college.

She has an extensive portfolio of published works, including nine novels of Biblical Fiction, three Contemporary Fiction novels, a book of poetry, a book on Halloween, an Easter Cantata, and several songs.  

She lives in San Diego, California with her puppy Maya.