Diana Palmer, the New York Times
bestselling author of more than one hundred novels, is renowned as one of North America's top ten romance writers. When she published her first novel in 1979, fans immediately fell in love with her sensual, charming romances
and this love affair will only heat up with her upcoming books.
A die-hard romantic who married her husband five days after they met, Diana says that she wrote her first book at age thirteenand has been hooked ever since.
Palmer began her career as a newspaper reporter and columnista path she followed for sixteen years. When her novel Heather's Song was purchased by Silhouette Books in 1980, she retired her press badge and devoted herself to a life filled with romance and penning the page-turners her readers find so hard to put down.
This dynamic woman graduated summa cum laude from Piedmont College in 1995at the age of forty-nine! "College was an experience I'll always cherish,"" she says. ""Now I fund a scholarship at my alma mater in my late father's namehe'd laugh to know that it's a science scholarship, when I can barely do math! I also fund a nursing scholarship at the Oglala Lakota College in Kyle, South Dakota, in the name of my mother, who was a nurse.""
Palmer is a member of the Native American Rights Fund, the American Museum of Natural History, the National Cattleman's Association, the Planetary Society, the Georgia Sheriff's Association and numerous conservation and charitable organizations. Her hobbies include gardening, knitting, quilting, anthropology, astronomy and music.
Palmer lives in northeast Georgia with her husband, James Kyle, and a menagerie of animals that includes four dogs, three cats, assorted exotic lizards and an emu named George. She loves Spanish-language soap operas and fast carsher latest is a Jaguar.