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About Diane Gallagher
Diane Gallagher was born and raised in Vancouver, Canada. Diane worked as a teacher and teacher librarian for over thirty years. She has published numerous articles, poems, and blog posts as well as her novels, The Bastard of Saint Genevra, Greenwich List, her travelogue/cookbook, Mancia di Sanu: A Canadian Expat's Take on Sicilian Life and Cuisine, and her book of poetry, Gratitude & Betrayal | Betrayal & Gratitude. The Bastard of Saint Genevra was nominated for the Ethel Wilson Book Prize for Fiction and had its overseas release in 2017 when Diane was invited to do a book presentation of this novel and Mancia di Sanu in Sicily. She is a member of the Federation of British Columbia Writers and facilitates new writers' groups. She currently divides her time between Vancouver Island and Sicily. She is currently working on a vampire novel for Perfectly Poisoned Press, a horror novel for Island2Island Press, and a collection of pagan prayer.
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Books By Diane Gallagher
In 2012, Diane and her husband Nick bought a 100-year-old stone house in a village in Sicily. Thus began her laugh-out-loud journey of discovery of Sicilian culture & cuisine. Join her and learn: *what really is in a "Crazy Mice Salad" *alternate uses for a bidet *the joy of a spleen and trachea sandwich *how to make Sicilian-style couscous *why Sicily is so gluten-free friendly.
GREENWICH LIST Jan 6, 2011
How often do people wish to change the direction of their lives? Once? Once a year? Once a month? Every single day? Greenwich List is the story of a young woman who struggles with the desire to find a way to transform her life. It is one of the rare sunny days in London. Gwen stands in Greenwich Market, completely unaware of the crowds around her, staring at her mobile phone. She has left her brutal boyfriend, Ken, back in Cardiff in the hopes that her sudden disappearance will make him realize how much he loves her. But the mobile remains silent and to distract herself she buys a strange romance novel oddly bearing her likeness. It is through this unexpected purchase that Gwen meets the true agents of her transformation – Umah and Brody, two friends working in the Market. After hearing her story, they provide Gwen with a list of ten things that Gwen must do during her next few days in London. Even though the list seems ‘loonie’, Gwen decides that she has nothing to lose and embarks on a three-day adventure that will change her life.