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Diane Lee Wilson

Diane Lee Wilson is the author of the teen historical novels To Ride The Gods’ Own Stallion, I Rode A Horse Of Milk White Jade, Black Storm Comin’, Firehorse, Raven Speak and Tracks.

Diane holds degrees in Fine Arts and English from the University of Iowa and lives in San Diego, California.

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Diane Lee Wilson’s author website: www.dianeleewilson.com

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Writing Narrative Point Of View In Teen Novels, by Diane Lee Wilson

Underdog Characters In Teen Novels, by Diane Lee Wilson

What Is At Stake For The Characters In Your Teen Novel? by Diane Lee Wilson

Plotting A Novel Versus Winging It, by Diane Lee Wilson

Writing Novels Teens Want To Read, by Diane Lee Wilson

Bringing History To Life In Teen Novels, by Diane Lee Wilson

Writing Teen Novels With Timeless Appeal, by Diane Lee Wilson

Creating Teenage Characters For Novels, by Diane Lee Wilson

Language In Teen Novels, by Diane Lee Wilson

Writing A Good First Sentence For A Teen Novel, by Diane Lee Wilson

Nurturing (And Protecting) Your Story Idea, by Diane Lee Wilson

Working With An Editor On A Teen Novel, by Diane Lee Wilson

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  1. Writing Narrative Point Of View In Teen Novels, by Diane Lee Wilson | Writing Teen Novels
  2. Month In Review with Steve Rossiter (January 2013) | Writing Teen Novels
  3. Underdog Characters In Teen Novels, by Diane Lee Wilson | Writing Teen Novels
  4. Month In Review with Steve Rossiter (February 2013) | Writing Teen Novels
  5. What Is At Stake For The Characters In Your Teen Novel? by Diane Lee Wilson | Writing Teen Novels
  6. Month In Review with Steve Rossiter (March 2013) | Writing Teen Novels
  7. Plotting A Novel Versus Winging It, by Diane Lee Wilson | Writing Teen Novels
  8. Month In Review with Steve Rossiter (April 2013) | Writing Teen Novels
  9. Writing Novels Teens Want To Read, by Diane Lee Wilson | Writing Teen Novels
  10. Month In Review (May 2013) | Writing Teen Novels
  11. Bringing History To Life In Teen Novels, by Diane Lee Wilson | Writing Teen Novels
  12. Month In Review (June 2013) | Writing Teen Novels
  13. Writing Teen Novels With Timeless Appeal, by Diane Lee Wilson | Writing Teen Novels
  14. Month In Review (July 2013) | Writing Teen Novels
  15. Creating Teenage Characters For Novels, by Diane Lee Wilson | Writing Teen Novels
  16. Month In Review (August 2013) | Writing Teen Novels
  17. Language In Teen Novels, by Diane Lee Wilson | Writing Teen Novels
  18. Month In Review (September 2013) | Writing Teen Novels
  19. Nurturing (And Protecting) Your Story Idea, by Diane Lee Wilson | Writing Teen Novels
  20. Month In Review (November 2013) | Writing Teen Novels
  21. To Write Better, Read More, by Diane Lee Wilson | Writing Teen Novels

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