Q & A with author DIANE MAE ROBINSON

Hear Ye! Hear Ye!

By order of the King, I declare DIANE MAE ROBINSON 

a most splendid author and she shall be dubbed 

LADY DI from this day forward!

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Visit these sites to learn more about DIANE MAE ROBINSON and

Tate Publishing
Amazon Author Page
Barnes & Noble


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8 thoughts on “Q & A with author DIANE MAE ROBINSON

  1. Wow! How can I make a comment on this normal looking “paper” after reading that proclamation-styled review. How original and really cool! I love it. Oh, I liked the review, too, maybe as much as the style, maybe. I would love to know how you did this. Photoshop? Please do tell, send me an email if you want.


  2. Hi LovableLobo. Thank you so much for doing the fun interview. I love the way you set up the scroll. Wonderful! And thank you so much for all your Tweets. They are very imaginative and I laughed at every one of them.
    And, Sue, don’t you wish you would have thought of that cool scroll thing?


    • Thanks, Diane…or should I say Lady Di! This was fun! I’m very grateful that Sue asked me to participate in the blog tour (my first). So glad that my tweets made you smile! Looking forward to following Sir Princess Petra and her antics in book 3!


      • thought of that scroll? I did think of that scroll, remember? I couldn’t get it to look right in the banner because I am putting things together with programs never meant to do photoshop like work. But I am so jealous of the one used here. It is sooo cool. I have so much more respect for Lobo and his human knowing she has the abilities and creativity to use photoshop in such cool ways. TEACH ME!!


  3. Pingback: Interview With Children’s Author, Diane Mae Robinson. | One Girl Writes

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