Born in Canada, Diana was an imaginative only-child prone to creating fantasy worlds. In early elementary school, her talent for writing materialized in the guise of gruesome short stories such as the . Inspired by the original Star Trek series, her love for science fiction later displayed itself in epic length stories for her English composition class.
Though Diana's family emigrated to the US when she was a young girl, a passion for travel took her to Canada, Britain, Scotland, France, Greece, Cyprus and Israel during and after her college years. She eventually moved to England where she lived and worked for several years. Having explored and subsequently discarded the realm of more traditional jobs, she returned to the States and devoted herself to pursuing her true path as a writer.
An admitted eccentric, Diana is an ardent swimmer, animal lover and fan of ethnic cuisine. Her surroundings are a rather bizarre mix of Art Deco, modern and Southwestern generously interspersed with chaos and clutter. Glow in the dark stars vie with Star Trek memorabilia. Books spill from cabinets onto the floor. A telescope lurks in the office closet.