Guest Book

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I’d love it if you’d say hi here in my “guest book” – just scroll to the comment box at the bottom.  Better still, tell me who your favourite character is, or a fun fact about yourself.  Welcome!

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Like any good host, I want to make sure all my guests are enjoying themselves. I wouldn’t intentionally put vegetarians and carnivores in the same room at a party, so I hope you’ll understand why I want to keep fans and critics on separate pages. If your criticism ends up on the wrong page, I’ll transfer it to the correct one.  Thanks for your understanding!

807 thoughts on “Guest Book

  1. It all started with a temptation in Kobo’s free books …. And has just wound up with the closing pages of book 16. What a ride! I have never found myself laughing out loud as often as I did whilst reading this series – and it’s been many years since I found myself turning off the lights at 2am, no longer able to keep my eyes open. Truely bingeworthy, Ms Henders! For someone who is barely literate in geek speak (and of an age where the whys and wherefores of computers are a thing of mystery) I was dragged in and tossed around in your data streams and quite happily went back for more. I look forward to reading more of the middle aged bookkeeper… I was absolutely nothing like Aydan when I was bookkeeping at the same age!


    • Wow, it’s so great to hear that you binged on the series! And I’m especially glad you got lots of laughs — I often find myself grinning while I write, hoping my readers will grin, too. I’m especially happy to hear that the ‘techie’ parts of the books were reader-friendly. 🙂 Your note made my day — thank you so much for taking the time to come by and comment!


  2. Hi Diane, I’m on book 8 of your Never Say Spy series and I have to say I am addicted! As a middle aged woman, Aydan is relatable and that is a rare perspective. I am from Canada (Hensall, ON) but my son lives in Kananaskis working at Nakiska winters and we have spent time in that area. Recognizing references to the places around Calgary makes me feel part of the story! If you ski at Nakiska look for Dylan. He also writes in his spare time and would love to be able to talk to someone that writes for a living. Thank you for entertaining me! So far my favourite character – other than Ayden – is Webb. He is such a lovable character.


    • Hi Phyllis! I’m so glad you’re enjoying Aydan and the gang, and that you love Webb. He’s so much fun to write! And it’s nice to “meet” a fellow Canadian, especially one with a connection to the Calgary area. I never did get to ski downhill at Nakiska — we usually went to Sunshine or Lake Louise. Now that we’ve moved to the West Coast, I may not ever ski Nakiska, but who knows? Stranger things have happened.

      It’s very cool that Dylan is a writer! If he’s looking for information and/or inspiration, one of the best resources I’ve found is Janice Hardy’s blog at She has a huge “Fiction University” that gives awesome advice on developing, writing, editing, and selling novels. I wish him great success in his writing career.

      Thanks for dropping by!


  3. Hello Diane,
    I just finished finished your first book “Never say Spy”. I couldn’t stop reading until the end. I can’t wait to read your other ones. You are a very talented writer and you sure know how to keep your readers interest.



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