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TBT Feature Novel: Finding Mia by Dianne J. Wilson

Happy Thursday, Reader Friends!!

Today’s TBT Feature Novel, Finding Mia, by Dianne J. Wilson takes us back to 2015 (crazy to think that wasn’t last year)! Have you read it? If not, be sure to check out the Giveaway at the bottom.

​Let’s get started!

About the Book

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From the back cover: 
Isobel is on the hunt for her missing muse. What she finds instead is an abandoned toddler who is sunburned and close to death. Dr Liam Brigham keeps little Mia alive, but needs Isobel to save the girl from a far greater danger-a killer with an agenda for kidnapping. With Mia’s life next in line, Isobel and Liam have to put aside their differences, face their past and throw their trust at the only One able to save.

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About the Author

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The youngest of three children, Dianne grew up in the tiny town of Boksburg in South Africa. Being the baby of the family, she never attempted to learn cooking, cleaning or anything useful. She did, however, have a Standard 2 teacher tell her that she had a talent for writing stories and that she should carry on. That stuck with her. 

She studied fashion design after school, the only trouble being she’s not particularly interested in fashion. She is, in fact, the complete opposite of fashionable. Having three girls of her own, Dianne has managed to make use of the skills she picked up making a variety of piglet, flower and other costumes for dance recitals.

Miraculously her Standard 2 teacher seems to have been right. Dianne has managed to keep up a good stream of freelance writing work since 2004, had her first novel, Finding Mia, published by Harbourlight / Pelican Book Group in 2015 and signed a 3 book contract for a YA fantasy series Spirit Walker in 2016 which she is scrambling to finish writing now.

She currently lives in East London, South Africa with her husband, daughters and an assortment of fur babies. 

Connect and follow: Blog, Facebook, Twitter, Goodreads


Giveaway

Ms. Wilson is giving away a paperback copy of Finding MiaLeave a comment by 1/11/17 11:59pm EST for a chance to win. A random winner will be picked on 1/12 (be sure to come back and check if you won). To enter leave a comment.

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21 thoughts on “TBT Feature Novel: Finding Mia by Dianne J. Wilson”

  1. I’m glad you have writing talent but find it sad that you weren’t taught other skills growing up. I see this happening in my grandchildren.

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    1. Hi Joan, you’ll be happy to know that I’m now a fully functioning Mom and home-maker 🙂 Growing up, I suffered from (what I like to call) big sister syndrome. My big sister was an ace at cooking and cleaning so I left it all to her. I did learn to bake when I was little and I’ve caught up on the other stuff now.
      I have 3 daughters and they can all find their way around the kitchen to some extent. Yay 🙂
      I hear you though, life has changed so much. Much has been lost with the addition of electronic gadgets to our lives!

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  2. Di is an amazing mom of beautiful and talented girls and an absolute inspiration to me with her amazing outlook on life. You rock, awesome lady!

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  3. Dianne is one of the most energetic people I know. She manages to balance her family, work and friends with overflowing joy. I am so glad that my daughter has her as a Friend on Facebook.

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  4. LOL at You not learning to take care of anything because you are the baby 🙂 and I’m guessing your Standard 2 is like High School or Middle School here in the States? So is Standard 1 also instead of Elementary? Anyway on to The BOOK It sounds AWESOME Thanks so much for the chance to win a copy!

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    1. Linda, I think my mom fell over backwards the first time I actually cooked for myself 🙂 I’ve since discovered it’s called a voluntary area of ignorance hehe.
      I turned 8 years old in Standard 2. Not sure what the equivalent is there by you?
      If you do win, I hope you enjoy it. I loved writing it!

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