Author name: Diana Stevan
Genre: Women’s Fiction
Books: A Cry From The Deep and The Rubber Fence
Stevan’s latest book, Sunflowers Under Fire, will be published in May 2019.
When did you begin your writing career? I seriously took up writing after I retired from my psychotherapy private practice about twenty-five years ago.
What’s your approach to writing? Are you a “pantser” or a planner? I’m a bit of both, but mostly a pantser. I’m not great at mapping everything out ahead of time. I like the characters to take me on unexpected journeys which lead me to re-imagining my story.
What’s your working style – morning or late-night writer? I get up early and write throughout the day.
Do you work at a computer or write long-hand? I use a computer to write. I’m afraid if I used long-hand, I’d have difficulty reading my writing.
What gets those words flowing, coffee or tea? Coffee is my go-to drink. If I continue to write in the afternoon, I switch to tea.
Favorite book: I have many favorite books. Among them are Anne of Green Gables by L.M. Montgomery, Madame Bovary by Gustave Flaubert, You Went Away by Timothy Findley, and my novel, A Cry From The Deep.
Favorite movie: Casablanca
Favorite musician: Roy Orbison
Facebook: Diana Stevan
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16 thoughts on “Who’s That Indie Author? Diana Stevan”
It was fun to get to know a little bit about Diana. Thanks!
Hi Lenore – I do enjoy meeting all the authors! Thanks for stopping by to say hello! 🙂
Lovely to meet Diana, Barbara. I can’t believe she writes all day. I find writing very tiring and 3 hours is my maximum on the trot.
I know – an all-day writing schedule would be tough for me. I need to move around a bit – 3 hours is a solid chunk of time. I love your phrases, Robbie – “on the trot” – I’m going to have to use that sometime! Thanks for stopping in!
On the trot is very English
One of my favorite Indie authors!
Hi – glad you found Diana here! Thanks for stopping by!
Wonderful to meet Diana…and what a great picture of her!
Yes, I agree! Thanks for stopping by, Tammie. Hope you are doing well 🙂
Enjoyed the interview! It’s interesting to learn other authors writing habits 🙂
I love coffee, too!
Hi Jacquie – thanks for stopping by – I’m a tea drinker, but I do love the smell of coffee!
Terrific interview, ladies! I love for my characters to lead me down unexpected paths too, Diana. I’m horrible at plotting!
Hi Jill, I’m a terrible plotter – hence my many unpublished works! 😉
Lovely interview. Always nice to meet another author!
Hi Jennifer – thanks for stopping by to meet Diana!
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