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Traveling the Train

When my sister in law passed away the night before the election, I was notified and planned to go to Glendale (near LA) for the service. I didn’t have anyone to take care of my little dog, Maya, so planned on driving since she cannot go on the train. Fortunately, a...

The Last Garage Sale

Well, it’s over. I cannot believe I actually talked myself into doing another garage sale! What was I thinking? I went through closets, drawers, cupboards and gathered all the items I could find that I could live without, borrowed tables from my son, spent a good deal...

Wading Through the Election

After seeing the results shift so radically, it caused a lot of us to puzzle over what was going on. Why weren’t we seeing the election results the same night as we had in previous years? Mail in ballots! Most of us voted in good faith only to learn of a major case of...

Trick or Treat

For years I faithfully bought candy and/or made cookies to pass out at the door. I found myself nibbling frequently on the miniature candy bars in the bowl, as did my husband! While the costumes on the little ones were cute, I hated to see kids dressed up as a witch,...

Supporting E-mails

When someone e-mails me and tells me that they read one of my books and enjoyed it, I’m stoked and it makes my day. I never expected to write books and that the Lord has inspired so many is overwhelming. True I am not as well-known as I’d like to be, but if someone...

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.