THINGS UNSAID
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KIRKUS REVIEW – STARRED

“With a grace that is absorbing and deft, Paul tackles many difficult questions, including filial responsibility, depression, marital strife, and sexual identity. …The author depicts heart-wrenching conundrums as the three siblings are forced repeatedly to evaluate their personal priorities….An engaging tale of family dysfunction and intractable senior citizens.” More

  

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Friday April 13th, 3-4pm EDT
If you know me, you’re not surprised to see that I am scheduled for this Friday, April 13 (the day after tomorrow) at 3:00 pm EDT but 12:00 noon PDT. Friday the 13th is my lucky day and I’m a night-owl so any time before noon and before I’ve had my two lattes is not a good time for coherent conversation.

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… This tale of relationships grabs you on the first page and stays with you long after you’ve read the last words. – Matilda Butler, author of Rosie’s Daughters

IMG_2174Diana Y. Paul was born in Akron, Ohio and is a graduate of Northwestern University with a degree in both psychology and philosophy.

Things Unsaid is her debut novel (She Writes Press) available on Amazon and your favorite indie bookstore.

Her short stories have appeared in a number of literary journals and she is currently working on a second novel, A Perfect Match. To learn more about her passion for art, movies, and intercultural dynamics, visit her blog at www.unhealedwound.com