Diana’s News

coverAfter virtually two year’s break from writing I’m looking forward to launching:

The Healing Paths of Fife on Kindle on 20th April 2017

Already available for pre-order on Amazon.com and Amazon.co.uk

News of paperback shortly!


Thursday 26th March 2015 ~ Talking about Publishing 

 Shefford Library 7pm

Thursday 5th March 2015 ~ Talking about Murder Now and Then 

Shefford Library 7pm

Sunday 11th January 2015 ~ talking at 

Jordan’s Mill at Brian Kerr’s book launch 2.30pm

Saturday 13th December 2014 ~ 

Clophill Methodist Church Christmas Fair ~ 12 – 4pm

Saturday 29th November 2014 ~ 

Stotfold Christmas Shopping Day ~ 11am – 4pm

Sunday 28th September 2014 ~ MacMillan Mid Beds Family Fest

At The Cross Keys, Pulloxhill

Diana Jackson supports this worthy cause and will be book signing at this wonderful mid Bedfordshire event. £1 will be donated to the charity for every book sold. (Diana Jackson’s latest Murder Mystery is set in the heart of Bedfordshire)

More information can be found on the event’s Facebook page.


Diana looks forward to saying hello to you!!!


22nd June 2014 ~ Book signing and official launch of the paperback

Murder, now and then available on Amazon

Murder, now and then available on Amazon

for ‘Murder, and then’ at the Haynes 100

a place and popular event which features in her most recent novel


19th June 2014 ~ Ampthill Literacy Festival ~ Beer and Books

Diana looks forward to participating in what promises to be an enjoyable celebration of the

works of local authors at The Queen’s Head in Ampthill at 8pm

3rd June 2014 ~ Paperback available on Amazon

2nd June 2014 ~ Diana Jackson will be contributing and supporting an RNIB event at

Luton Library Bedfordshire

24th April 2014 ~ ‘MURDER, now and then’ ~ now available on Kindle

Available on Kindle

Available on Kindle






2 responses to “Diana’s News

  1. Jan Herivel

    Diana, when is the next instalment of the Riduna series? I have thoroughly enjoyed reading them as my husband’s family have lived on Alderney since the 1500’s

    • Lovely to hear from you Jan.
      The aim is to continue to research for it this autumn and have to novel written by next summer. I can see you have an Australian email address…members of Alderney families see to be far and wide on the globe…Australia, New Zealand, Canada as well as the UK. Herivel sounds a familiar name from when we were delving into our family history but I don’t remember any connected to our line. (Renier & Quesnel mainly)
      I will keep your email address and send you a progress email if you would like me to. You could always follow this blog too since I often make posts related to Alderney and the Channel Islands. If your husband would like to do a guest post about his family I’d be more than happy to post it.
      all the best Diana

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