Dianne Christner enjoys the beauty of her desert surroundings in Phoenix, Arizona, where life sizzles when temperatures soar above 100 degrees. She and husband Jim have two married children and five grandchildren. Before writing, Dianne worked in office management, in admissions and as a teacher’s assistant in a Christian school, and owned an exercise salon in Scottsdale, Arizona.
Her first book was published in 1994, and she now writes full time. She has several historical fictions and writes contemporary fiction from her experience in the Mennonite church. Her husband was raised on a farm in Plain City, Ohio, in a Conservative Mennonite church. Dianne was raised in a Mennonite city setting. They both have Amish ancestors and friends and family in various sects of the Mennonite church. Now Dianne and Jim attend a nondenominational church.
You may find information about her other books at www.diannechristner.net where she keeps a blog about the Mennonite lifestyle.
RECENT BIG NEWS:
Something Blue, the third and final book in her “Plain City Brides” trilogy released in the Fall of 2012.