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Dianne Hartsock
After growing up in California and spending the first ten years of marriage in Colorado, I now live in the beautiful Willamette Valley of Oregon with my incredibly patient husband, who puts up with the endless hours I spend hunched over the keyboard letting my characters play.I have to say,... show more
After growing up in California and spending the first ten years of marriage in Colorado, I now live in the beautiful Willamette Valley of Oregon with my incredibly patient husband, who puts up with the endless hours I spend hunched over the keyboard letting my characters play.I have to say, Oregon's raindrops are the perfect setting in which to write. There's something about being cooped up in the house while it pours rain outside, a fire crackles on the hearth inside, and a cup of hot coffee warms my hands, which kindles my imagination.The intricate and fragile nature of the mind is always fascinating. Having worked with the public through various careers I've come to respect the resilience and strength of the human spirit. I'm always trying to capture that spirit in my writing.Currently, I work as a floral designer in a locally-owned gift shop. Which is the perfect job for me. When not writing, I can express myself through the rich colors and textures of flowers and foliage.
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T's Stuff too
T's Stuff too rated it 5 months ago
The Basement by Dianne Hartsock is actually the 3rd book written about the main character Alex even though this is not a named series. The book is a stand alone and you can understand all of the characters represented from the previous books as well as situations mentioned in this book from those as...
Iron Canuck
Iron Canuck rated it 6 months ago
This began with a creepy house and feelings of being watched. I love a good ghost story, and I enjoyed this one although there were some quite twisted aspects. This was the first book I read by this author, and this appeared to be the third involving Alex. The relationships from the previous two boo...
Sandra @ My Fiction Nook
Sandra @ My Fiction Nook rated it 2 years ago
This is NOT a romance. This is a horror story. I knew this going in, and I was still pretty horrified while reading. Birthday Presents is dark. It contains rape, torture, and death. The villain is seriously disturbed. There are explicit scenes that are difficult to read. This book is not for the fai...
SheReadsALot...seriously.
SheReadsALot...seriously. rated it 3 years ago
A Hearts On Fire Review 3.5 HEARTS--Actual questions I had while reading "Callum's Fate" by Dianne Hartsock:'Can ghosts' cocks get hard?'AND'Do ghosts have precome? What's the flavor and viscosity?'I stopped reading plenty of times to ponder these things, since there was massive ghost erections. "Pi...
SheReadsALot...seriously.
SheReadsALot...seriously. rated it 3 years ago
A Hearts On Fire Review 3.5 HEARTS--"Sweet William" by Dianne Hartsock does just as the blurb promises: former tutor/pupil lovers reunite in this erotic historical romance. Set in the late 1800's in Boston and told in alternating POV, "Sweet William" is a 19 year old shipping business heir who is ve...
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