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Interview with Dyane Forde

A new author interview hosted by the only dude (still) alive who’s allowed to say, “I hate that, Dyane! Fix it!” lol Come on by and check it out! 🙂

Please welcome Dyane Forde, author of The Purple Morrow, available on Amazon.

Dyane’s love of writing began with an early interest in reading and of words in general. She was always amazed at how linking words together in different ways had unexpected and pleasing results on others.

She is a social worker by profession. Learning to see the world through other people’s eyes as well as sharing in their pain has influenced and enriched her as a person, as well as her writing. She is also a wife, and mother to two children, a cat named JackJack and a dog named Sparky.

Please welcome Dyane!

Let’s start at the beginning. Why did you become a writer?

Dyane:  It’s the one thing I feel I am truly good at, and when I write I feel like it’s what I’m supposed to be doing. I’m passionate about it, and if I…

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4 Responses to “Interview with Dyane Forde”

  1. Katie Cross

    So, by the way, I didn’t know you were a social worker by profession! I feel like a bad friend, having to find that out via an interview on another persons blog!

    How is book marketing/selling going?


    • Dyane

      I am, Katie. 🙂 Though it’d be great to ditch that day job to write lol
      It’s going! Not sure how many were sold online since the publisher manages that but people have been telling me they bought it or added it to the reading list. 🙂


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