'The most romantic story you will ever read.' - Woman's Journal "Love & Justice tells the story of an indefatigable battle against both disability and injustice. Diana's story is one of triumph over both her injuries and the intransigence of British Rail.' - Daily Mail 'A compelling story of how humour, friendship, grace & sheer grit can triumph over unthinkable catastrophe' - Liz Jensen, bestselling author of The 9th Life of Louis Drax and The Rapture 'This is a story of how indomitable the human spirit can be. If you want an example of hope over adversity with all the struggle, heartbreak and pain along the way, then you will find it in this book.' Dame Anne Begg, MP for Aberdeen South 1997-2015 'This extraordinary account will steal time, invade sleep and profoundly affect you. Perhaps you will never be the same again' - Sue Joiner, Village Writers, New Forest There are very few books that I'm truly evangelical about and want to insist that everyone reads - this is definitely one of them. She's an excellent writer.' Louise Voss, author 'Has all the twists and turns you'd expect in a book penned by John Grisham. Except it isn't fiction.' Bee Lewis 'A thrilling read. A jubilant masterpiece on every level.' Rosie Jones - First writer in residence for the National Trust, at Kingston Lacy ' Love & Justice is a rollercoaster of emotions which will have you alternately crying and laughing. There are many lessons to be learnt from this beautifully written, unputdownable book..' Christine Aziz, author and winner of the Richard & Judy novel-writing competition [ 'The novel-like style is a brilliant, powerful device;your mind is lulled into novel-mode, then you will be ambushed wth a sentence of heartbreaking, lacerating poignancy.' TE Donnell, Train driver 'Diana's talk has us all mesmerized.' The Charroux Literary Festival 2015 ' Powerful and witty. It had me at the first line. ' Tricia Walker, author
About the Author
Writing has been at the heart of Diana's working life. She was a press and publicity manager for Brookside, Channel 4's soap opera, and ITN and then became a journalist and editor for a number of TV business publications. After freelancing for the MIDEM organisation, she set up MediaVision, a press, public relations and strategy consultancy to cater for the booming markets in international television. Suffering from catastrophic injuries following a train accident, she then had to refocus and has subsequently worked as a TV presenter, as a chief executive, was MD of a small publishing company, and an assistant producer in TV. Her voluntary work has included trustee and committee positions for the National Wheelchair Tennis Foundation, The Limbless Association and the British Red Cross. She now supports the Arvon Foundation, a charity that provides writing weeks for potential authors, and she continues to counsel others suffering from limb loss. Diana lives in Dorset, by the sea. She is a motivational speaker and is presently writing her first novel, a psychological thriller.