About Me

By profession, I’m a technical writer, computer geek, and ex-interior designer.  I’m good at two out of three of these things.  I had the sense to quit the one I sucked at.

To deal with my mid-life crisis, I also write adventure novels featuring a middle-aged female protagonist, Aydan Kelly.  And I kickbox.

This seemed more productive than indulging in more typical mid-life crisis activities like getting a divorce, buying a Harley Crossbones, and cruising across the country picking up men in sleazy bars.  Especially since it’s winter most months of the year here.

It’s much more comfortable to sit at my computer.  And hell, Harleys are expensive.  Come to think of it, so are beer and gasoline.

Oh, and I still love my husband.  There’s that.  Guess I’ll stick with the writing.

And, for the record, no, I’m not actually Aydan Kelly.

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P.O. Box 75046,Westhills R.P.O.
Calgary, AB   T3H 2W8   Canada

42 responses to “About Me

  1. Ignatius

    I enjoyed Never say spy very much Dianne. Not only because red haired ladies are extremely interesting and sexy, but because for once the protagonist is not a helplessly stupid bimbo but intelligent, whitty, tough and self sufficient. She seems to turn most men, and probably most readers on, as she should. I would love to read about her again, especially when she and Kane finally get naked together.

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    • Thanks, Ignatius – I’m so glad you enjoyed Aydan! I hope she and Kane live up to your expectations if you decide to give the rest of the series a try. 😉

      Thank you for your kind words, and for taking the time to drop by and comment!

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  2. patricia jones

    I am waiting on pins and needles for book 12. Shame on you for writing a series with characters so easy to fall in love with and so enthralling! I love your work and thanks for giving us a heroine who is over 40!

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    • LOL! I’m so ashamed. *hangs head* (Okay, not really.) 😉

      I’m so glad you loved Aydan and the gang – thank you for taking the time to drop by and tell me. Your encouragement means a lot!

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  3. It is a pleasure to step in here. This space of yours is beautiful repository of wonderful ideas and refreshing thoughts…so much read and cherish…looking forward reading your array of insightful posts…
    Wishing you a wonderful year ahead.
    😀

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  4. A great tonic to visit here. Keep up the good work. Regards Thom.

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  6. Hi Dave – Thanks for your message! I tried to reply but I got a bounceback saying your email address wasn’t found.

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  7. Hi Cait – I replied to your email but I’m not sure if you got the message – I’ve been switching over my email system, so I hope it didn’t fall through the cracks. Please drop me another line if you didn’t get my email dated April 16/15.

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  8. Hi Bill – Thanks for your email! I tried to reply but it bounced back with the message “Delivery to the following recipients was aborted after 0 second(s):”

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  11. You blog is a does of laughter. Really I am just envious of your writing skills. 🙂 Well done!

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  12. A roller coaster of a plot and even when you get to the end there is still one question unanswered because the end is never when you think it is. Great read

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  13. I will be taking a look around soon,
    and adding a few bits and pieces as
    i go I shouldn’t wonder 🙂

    Have a lovely rest of evening and a superb 4th of July 🙂

    Andro

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  15. I found you on One Old Sage. Great blog! 🙂

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  18. You were wishing of a “free Harley motorcycle” back on my website? looks like you need to go camp out by this beach in Canada..lol

    http://news.yahoo.com/blogs/technology-blog/harley-lost-japanese-tsunami-found-beach-canada-163107064.html

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  19. I know you got plenty of these so think of it as an honorable mention 🙂
    http://chris9911.wordpress.com/2012/04/27/the-versatile-blogger-award/

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  20. Man, and all I do is post Music! And some fiery articles about our dying breed here in Mi. Thoroughbred Horse Racing. But since I think your sense of humor and mine are about as insane we could probably be millionaires writing comedy scripts. Some of my horse blogs with our tribe of horsemen & women here make for good subject matters. I’m not going through mid life crisis though, I’m in full blown perimenopause madness. Hide all the knives.

    BTW it was a Horse’s Ghost in that old barn of yours. LOL

    I’ll be reading the rest later.

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    • Ha! I knew there had to be an explanation! Though… I’m not sure it explains the turds…

      Thanks for visiting – it was great to “meet” you! I’m looking forward to lots more fabulous music on your blog.

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  21. You are a very accomplished person. It’s only your midlife point and you got this far? That is fantastic. I can’t wait to reading more about your adventures and whatever story comes your way. Maybe even a story of opening up your own speed shop 🙂 wouldn’t it be cool if it somehow became the Mecca for women bike riders? That would be so cool!

    Let me test how good my Harley knowledge is. The picture on top of your webpage, is that the HD Softail Nighttrain?

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    • Oh, good guess. Actually, it’s a 2010 Crossbones (the pipes aren’t staggered quite as much as the Night Train).

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      • ooooh, thats the one with the darker “heritage” look? Softtail family is one area of the company I wish I worked in. All the years I’ve been with them, I never had that opportunity 😦
        Touring and softail bikes are my favorite motorcycles, by far.

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  24. Hi Diane,
    Thanks for checking out my book. I will be checking yours out as well. I belong to an on-line writing website where I critique work in order to get others to critique mine. I’m currently reading 25 unpublished novels there, so it may be a while before I get to yours…but I will. The sample I read here looks very interesting…just the sort of book I like.
    Thanks so much.
    ~Ann

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  26. Hi Diane. Love your direct “about me page” your story definitely resinates with me – not the picking up men in sleazy bars bit, I will add. lol. My mid-life crisis has been happening for the past 5 years. I started MMA a couple of years ago, bought a motorbike and travelled. Now I have decided to start a new writing career instead of my doing my old boring job as a web developer. I am finding it far more satisfying. good luck with your writing and your new life.

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