Award winning author, Dyanne Davis lives in a Chicago suburb with her husband Bill, and their son Bill Jr. She retired from nursing several years ago to pursue her lifelong dream of becoming a published author.
With fifteen published novels Dyanne has decided to reissue several short stories that were published in New Love Story magazine. She has plans to write longer shorts for the readers in appreciation for their support.
She also writes paranormal under F.D. Davis.
Dyanne has been a presenter of numerous workshops. She gives talks to aspiring teens at local high schools and libraries. She hosts a local cable show in her hometown to give writing tips to aspiring writers. She has guests from all genres to provide information and entertainment to the audience. She has hosted such notables as New York Times bestselling author of the vampire huntress series L. A Banks, USA Today Best Selling erotica author, Robin Schone, and USA Today Best selling paranormal author, Jade Lee.
As a member of the board for Romance Slam Jam Dyanne is actively involved in the conferences, and does a monthly blog for the newsletter to keep readers apprised of what’s going on. A member of Romance Writers of America, Windy City Chapter. Dyanne believes in serving her chapter and has held many positions: food fairy, publicity, contest chair, vice president and two terms as president. Dyanne loves to hear feedback from her readers. You can reach her at . She would love for you to visit her website and sign her guest book. www.dyannedavis.com Http://dyannedavis.blogspot.com Her alter ego ADAM OMEGA can be reached at His web address: www.adamomega.com
Flight 22by Dyanne Davis
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a short story (5000) words, that first appeared in the premier issue of New Love Story magazine. It's a moment in time when a couple who met by chance in an airport decide to make a commitment to a relationship.
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this book s like a work in process. once you get into it then it ends.