Diana Stevan is in her 70s and is beginning to hit her stride as a prolific indie author of novels about family, love, and relationships.
Her third self-published book, called Sunflowers Under Fire, is set in WWI and the Bolshevik Revolution. It’s based on stories told to her by her mother and it’s a finalist for the 2019 Whistler Independent Book Awards, sponsored by the Writers Union of Canada.
Diana is able to draw on a wide range of experience, from working at a meat-packing plant to an actress and model—but most of all as a family counselor—to accurately portray people in difficult circumstances.
You can listen to my interview with Diana Stevan by clicking the arrow below.
Or take a look at the entire post, and transcripts, at the Alliance of Independent Authors. You can listen and subscribe to all my author-interview podcasts for the Alliance of Independent over here.