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Dianne Dixon


Dianne Dixon

Dianne Dixon has been nominated twice for an Emmy and is a recipient of the prestigious Humanitas prize for outstanding accomplishment in writing for television. She was Visiting Professor of Creative Writing at Pitzer College in Claremont, taught screenwriting at Chapman University’s Dodge College of Film & Media and co-hosted the afternoon drive talk show "Peter & Dianne" on KABC Radio.

Now, Dianne is receiving enthusiastic response to her work as a novelist: “Captivating, fascinating,” (Seattle Post-Intelligencer) “Absorbing and provocative,” (Huffington Post) “Convincing prose, particularly the dialogue,” (Kirkus) “An exciting new writer, capable of creating a well-paced, emotional page-turner of the best kind,” (Katie Crouch, New York Times bestselling author of Girls in Trucks and The Magnolia League).

Dianne’s third novel THE OTHER SISTER, released in November of 2016, got excellent advance reviews from Booklist and on Goodreads. Her second novel THE BOOK OF SOMEDAY was chosen as a 2013 Buzz Book by the largest publishing trade fair in the US. And her debut novel THE LANGUAGE OF SECRETS was named a Top Ten New Fiction title by Amazon.

Dianne Dixon

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by Dianne Dixon - Fiction

California girl Livvi Gray has always been haunted by a terrifying nightmare of an eerily beautiful stranger in a shimmering silver dress. Shortly before Livvi’s 30th birthday, she will come face to face with the stranger from her dream, an encounter that will not only alter Livvi’s future, but change much of what she thinks she knows about the past.