Diana Holquist writer. mother. cat lover. (not necessarily in that order)


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November 29, 2010

Tags: pseudonyms, small town romance, new romance authors

It's official. Sophie Gunn is here.

I mean, right here, in my chair.

Because Sophie Gunn is me! Or, rather, Sophie Gunn is the pseudonym I'll be using for my new project, the Enemy Club Series.

How Sweet It Is is the first of four books set in the small town of Galton, New York. This series will follow the lives of four women who were terrible enemies in high school, but are now best friends.

To find out more, visit Sophie's website.

Also, keep checking back here. Because while Sophie writes serious, emotional small-town romances, Diana will keep on writing big-city romantic comedy.


September 23, 2010

Tags: pseudonyms, small town romance, new romance authors

Wow, that's lame, huh? From summer to fall, only two blog posts? What the heck is going on with this chick?

Heh, heh, heh....

Actually, a lot is going on. So much, that I haven't had a minute to update this site.

But I can't tell you exactly WHAT is going on just yet.

I'll give you some clues:

"A real treat for readers--a small-town romance filled with humor, tenderness and warmth. It's the perfect feel-good read for a long winter night."
-Susan Wiggs, New York Times bestselling author

This book "will set your heart on fire."
-Robyn Carr, New York Times bestselling author

"One sweet read! Everything I love best: humor, warmth, emotions that pull at the heartstrings, characters that step off the page, and a wonderful love story."
-- Mariah Stewart, New York Times bestselling author

In other words....coming soon! I'm super excited about what's next. It's really different from what I've been doing. So different, I'm publishing it under another name.


Well....that'll be the next clue.

(e-mail me if you absolutely MUST know. And if you're a reviewer and want an ARC, let me know. I have a VERY few left.)