Monday, December 1, 2008

I am pleased to host Dianne Sagan this week. For the next week, I will feature posts that allow you to become acquainted with this fascinating freelance author.

First, a bit of biography about Dianne:

Dianne Sagan is a full-time ghostwriter and author. Dianne’s works in progress include a flash fiction book with five other women writers, Women’s Bible studies, a series of suspense novels, and Christian fiction. Dianne is also working on a line of e-books.

An award winning writer, Dianne Sagan’s writing interests include inspirational fiction and nonfiction, novels, historical, mainstream, romantic-suspense, mysteries, anthologies, and flash fiction.

Dianne’s past credits include ghostwriting with clients in the United States, Canada, England, Europe, Australia, and Indonesia. In three years time, Dianne has ghostwritten ten nonfiction books internationally. Clients have included doctors, businessmen and women, as well as a high profile actress and model.

Sagan authored more than thirty-five editorials / opinion pieces for the Amarillo Globe News, a regional newspaper, plus numerous short stories and articles published both on the Internet and in hard copy.

A member of Panhandle Professional Writers, Dianne can be contacted through her website – Dianne Sagan, Writer @

Besides being a full-time writer, Dianne and her husband Greg own a business consulting firm, Sagan & Associates. She is a partner and seminar facilitator. She loves speaking to writer’s groups and women’s groups. Her background includes working in the private sector, small business, academia, non-profits, adult and youth training, and speaking.

Dianne is active in her church. Her activities there include teaching Women’s Bible studies, teaching Adult Sunday School, and choir. She served as a volunteer for five years with the Sharing Hope Ministry, a prison ministry to incarcerated women. She has also been a Small Group leader.

Also check out:

Dianne Sagan’s blog: ,

as well as her Authors Den homesite at


educationtipster by author Kathy Stemke said...

Dianne is a versatile and talented author. I'm looking forward to learning more about her.

Karen and Robyn - Writing for Children said...

Dianne certainly has a lot going on. It is very interesting learning about Dianne. I am actually thinking of trying to get into ghost writing, maybe I'll ask her how to go about it.

I'm looking forward to learning more.
Thanks, Harry, for hosting Dianne Sagan.

Karen Cioffi

Vivian Zabel said...

I enjoyed your post about Dianne, Harry.

Hey, Dianne, how does one get into ghostwriting? I think I'd be good at that.


Lea Schizas - Author/Editor said...

That's one area - ghostwriting - I've never tried and to be honest not sure if I'd be able to write someone else's story. I mean I have the characters in my head and allow them to play along so in ghostwriting, do you let them play with you?