Introducing Dianne Sagan, author of Rebekah Redeemed

Posted on Nov 12 2009

DSAbout Dianne Sagan

Dianne is an author, speaker, ghostwriter, and consultant who has been a storyteller much of her life. She started writing short stories for her children when they were small. Dianne has spent several years honing her craft as an op-ed columnist in the regional newspaper, Amarillo Globe News, short stories for anthologies and online articles on Suite 101, Writing for Dollars, and others.

Born in the Midwest, she grew up on the plains of West Texas and in her heart of hearts always wanted to write. She says that she loves being married to a writer and an editor because she always has someone to brainstorm with. Her interests include reading, quilting, gardening, time with her children and grandchildren. She has spent years in volunteer work through Boy and Girl Scouts, her church, and the Sharing Hope Ministry to incarcerated women. She is also involved in writing about women’s issues and loves speaking to groups about these issues and about writing.

RebekahRedeemedAbout Rebekah Redeemed 

Orphaned Rebekah becomes a servant in her uncle’s house in Bethany. Traded from relative to relative, she suffers neglect and abuse. When a Roman soldier assaults her, she flees in fear of her life and hides. Rebekah is discovered and Lazarus becomes her kinsman redeemer. Can Jesus redeem her soul? Can she forgive or break the chains of her past?

The book’s site on AWOC further states that Rebekah is the daughter of a shepherd who saw the Christ child that first Christmas night. What better Christmas gift than a book of hope stemming from the time of Christ’s birth? Visit Dianne’s site to learn more about her and her books.

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13 responses to “Introducing Dianne Sagan, author of Rebekah Redeemed”

  1. Rebekah Redeemed sounds like a fascinating tale. I need to put it on my Christmas wish list
    Martha Swirzinski

  2. Greetings ~

    Dianne, you have had an interesting writing career, and now you have a most interesting book. It sounds like the perfect gift for the upcoming holiday season.

    I lived in El Paso for two years while serving in the Army; so I know something about West Texas, but I never made it to Amarillo.

    Cheers!

    Harry

  3. Nice feature post! Hey this book would make an excellent Christmas present – are you marketing it as such this season?

    The Old Silly

  4. Karen Cioffi says:

    I read and reviewed Rebekah Redeemed. It is most certainly a wonderful holiday gift. I highly recommend it.

  5. Speaking of marketing, some authors in similar genres should get together, share lists, and do some cross promotion, Marvin. And I’m encouraging everyone to give books for Christmas. Rebekah is a good start. (-:

    Best,
    Carolyn Howard-Johnson
    Multi award-winning author of This Is the Place, a novel about finding tolerance

  6. Deborah Weed says:

    What a wonderful book! It sounds terrific! Especially if you get a huge thumbs up from Karen. . .I wish you tremendous blessings on Rebekah.

  7. Thanks for having me, Gayle,

    Also, thank you to all who have commented and visited. I have Rebekah Redeemed listed in The Spirit of the Holidays email catalog that is going out on December 1st.

    Carolyn, that is a great idea for some of us to cross promote each others books that are good for Christmas gifts. I’m about 3/4 done remodeling my website, http://dgsagan.tripod.com and am putting links to purchase Rebekah Redeemed as well as my new book coming out “Shelter for the Storm.”

    Thanks to Karen for her recommendation.

    Again, thanks for having me here as your guest, Gayle.

  8. kathy stemke says:

    I love Dianne and her writing! I can’t wait for her new book to come out.

  9. Katie Hines says:

    Sounds like a great book just in time for Christmas.

  10. Dianne is such a versatile writer and I admire her greatly. I agree with the other comments that her book would make wonderful Christmas gift.

    Dianne – is your new book “Shelter for the Storm” the next in the series you’re writing about women in the Bible?

    Helena

  11. Liana says:

    I admire Dianne, her book looks very interesting to read.
    Thanks for sharing, Liana

  12. Linda Asato says:

    What a lovely story plot. Unique too.

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