Diane Marquette is the author of five published novels: "Good Fridays," "Almost Mine," and the first three books in the Chesapeake Conference Center mystery series, "In Over My Head," "Too Close For Words," and "Suitable For Framing."
Read an excerpt, synopsis, and reviews for each of Diane Marquette's five books on www.dianemarquette.com.
Her latest book, "Good Fridays," is the subject of her blog, http://goodfridaysbaltimorenovel.blogspot.com, on which Diane shares details about the creation of the book, from idea to publication, including her research, how the characters were develolped, and other information about the conflicts and resolutions of the stories in "Good Fridays."
She has written more than 150 articles, which have been published in regional and national newspapers and magazines.
Diane's been interviewed on local television and radio news programs and on the blog talk radio show "Murder, She Writes." Visit podcast.com/show/141743/rss to listen in. She's also read her work on local public radio.
Since 2002 Diane has played a key role in coordinating the annual Bay to Ocean Writers Conference in Maryland, is a member of the Maryland Writers Association, the Chesapeake Chapter of Sisters in Crime, and is a past officer of the Eastern Shore Writers Association.
Diane was born in Baltimore, now lives on Maryland's Eastern Shore, and can be reached through her website www.dianemarquette.com.