Diane Lynn McGyver

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Diane Lynn McGyver grew up along the wild shores of Nova Scotia, Canada. She spent her summers running barefoot through the forest and sailing on the sea, and her winters building snow forts, skating and playing hockey. She began writing at an early age, filling Campfire Notebooks with tales based on her imagination and her adventures.

She currently dwells on a small homestead where she raises children, Toggenburg goats and heritage-breed chickens. Her work has appeared in more than a thousand publications since 1997.

She is the author of Shadows in the Stone (traditional adult fantasy), Pockets of Wildflowers, Twistmas – The Season for Love (both adult romance), Fowl Summer Nights (humour) and Nova Scotia – Life Near Water (anthology). The second book in the fantasy Castle Keepers series Scattered Stones will be launched May 6, 2016.

To learn more about her books and future adventures, visit Diane’s website or follow her on Twitter @DLMcGyver.

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