Dianne J. Moore

Writer, Member of the American Society of Journalists and Authors

Dianne has been a freelance writer since 1983, specializing in pop psychology, health, parenting, spirituality, social issues and general interest.

Dianne has been widely published in magazines, newspapers, newsletters, blogs, and pamphlets covering a wide range of diverse topics from varicose veins to school yard bullying, from personal profiles to the pros and cons of mega churches, from child emotional abuse to fat shaming.

She is the author of two books; A Maze of Grace: Claiming Your Twelve Powers (2000) and A Maze of Grace Prayers (2001) in addition to contributing to a parenting book, Discovering Motherhood

One of her articles about the weather was incorporated into a college text, New Beginnings: Writing With Fluency Houghton Mifflin, 2000) to teach students how to write from experience, how to write from resources, and how to fluently move from sentences to paragraphs.

Editors repeatedly comment that her writing is tight, and they like her style. Her pieces are firmly grounded in research, interviews and clarity.

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Dianne has been a member of the American Society of Journalists and Authors since 1987 (Visit ASJA)

"You should write because you love the shape of stories and sentences and the creation of different words on a page. Writing comes from reading, and reading is the finest teacher of how to write." -Annie Proulx