Monday, October 5, 2009

L. Diane Wolfe and her "Circle of Friends"

The Circle of Friends, Book IV…Mike
by L. Diane Wolfe

A prisoner of guilt for so long…
Mike Taylor is the epitome of stability. His family is proud of his academic and athletic achievements at Georgia Tech, and despite the temptations of college life, he has maintained his moral standards.

Yet beneath the peaceful surface, Mike is consumed with guilt, fearing condemnation and rejection. A former girlfriend’s abortion and the intense love he feels for his roommate’s wife constantly remind Mike of his failures. Unable to forget and full of shame, he refuses to forgive himself.

When Danielle enters his life, he realizes he can no longer hide the past. Will she be able to reach him or is Mike past the point of redemption?

Release date: October 6, 2009, Dancing Lemur Press, L.L.C.
$19.95 USA, 6x9 Trade paperback, 300 pages, Fiction/YA
ISBN 978-0-9816210-4-3 / 0-9816210-4-X

“Book IV…Mike is such a powerful, engrossing, incredible, beautiful novel. But it still manages to be light hearted, funny and heart felt. There is real emotion and real people in these pages…”
- The Book Pedler

“Book IV will grab you where you live, and will not leave you disappointed.”
-Michael Douglas

BH: What or who most influenced your writing?

LDW: Anne McCaffrey – her books were sci-fi, but they were relationship driven, and I was drawn to that type of story.

BH: What is the one thing you want readers to know about your book(s) and/or writing?

LDW: They will come away inspired, full of hope, and ready to triumph over their own struggles and challenges.

BH: What is your next project and when can we expect to read it?

LDW: The Circle of Friends concludes spring 2010 with Book V…Heather – be prepared for the toughest, most ornery character yet!

The Circle of Friends
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Spunk On A Stick
Deviant Art

Brought to you in part by:

BUY: WOOF: Women Only Over Fifty , BUY: Wendel Wordsworth, BUY: Cynthia's Attic


  1. The statement that stood out the most to me in this interview was, "They will come away inspired, full of hope, and ready to triumph over their own struggles and challenges."

    That is without a doubt so very true. I've read two of the COF books and find them page-turners which are hard to put down. They definitely carry a message of facing problems, overcoming and growing!

  2. Diane is a fabulous writer and her works truly inspire the reader.

  3. We think so, too! Thanks for stopping by BH!


  4. Welcome to Bookland Heights, Diane! We're thrilled to be a part of your Blog Tour for C of F IV.

    Do you have an idea of how many books you'd like to write in the series?


  5. Thanks Mary, Crystal, and Chris!

    There will be five total - Book V comes out March 16, 2010. I do have an idea for a sixth though...

  6. Looking forward to reading the latest install to the Circle of Friends.

    Best wishes for your continued success.

    Children’s Author
    Write What Inspires You Blog
    The Golden Pathway Story book Blog
    Donna M. McDine’s Website

  7. Welcome, welcome! It's so great to have you visit us here in Bookland Heights. Tomorrow's your official launch, and you must be very excited!

    Where's your next stop? (And if I missed reading something about this, forgive me. I gave birth to a kidney stone this weekend!)


  8. Ack! That sounds awful, Diana.
    Next stop -
    Full list on my blog, my website, etc...