Welcome Readers – Home

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Now begins a new venture in writing

A website dedicated to readers. 

Welcome to the Home of fantasy writer, D. Wallace Peach (aka Diana). This site is all about books, books, books and is meant to serve the curious reader.

I invite you to come along and see what’s new. I write between 6 and 10 hours a day, 7 days a week if I can, and it amazes me that I am so tongue-tied (finger-tied) when it comes to producing this little paragraph. My imagination is full of wonders, but my life is rather ordinary in the “what I did this weekend” sort of way.

On the other hand, I believe we live in our heads and hearts – that’s the whole premise behind my experience of myths and fantasy? I live my characters, love with them, cry for them, laugh at their humor. In this way, I lead a pretty exciting imaginary life. If you are interested, you may wish to visit my Myths of the Mirror blog for random musings on authordom and the world of writing.

What will you find on these pages? Musings, I suppose, snippets of work in progress, fantasy world maps, new covers, new releases, promotions, book club questions, and answers to your questions. I humbly thank you for the visit!


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7 thoughts on “Welcome Readers – Home

  1. Hi D. Thank you for a very kind review and a 4 star rating, thank you, and I am so thrilled that you realized it was a first effort. The mystery thriller romance genre is not my genre, but I was giving it a try and I wont be writing another one. I am staying with Fantasy! Again, thank you so very much, Karen 🙂

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  2. Hi Diana, I finished The Sorcerer’s Garden and it effected my deeply, because I saw the real story behind the story. It was about human behavior, fear and what fear of loss of important, money, power, and greed can do to humanity and what is doing to humanity. There is no real scarcity, it is man made. I did a review and it is on my WordPress blog, Amazon, Goodreads, and twitter. I gave it 5 stars, a few days ago. I probably dug too deeply into the story, but that is where it took me. If you don’t like it, I can take it down. One of your friends said it was lovely. Let me know.

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    • You’re so funny, Karen! Of course it’s wonderful and I’m thrilled. I saw the review on Amazon today. I love it that you saw the deeper messages in the story. For me, it’s also about the loss of a brother, but most people won’t know that personal part. I so appreciate the time you took to read and review and share ❤


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