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Diana Price Galloway was born in Manchester, England. After spending some time in Barbados, the family homestead, she moved to Brooklyn, New York, where she resided until 1984. Shortly after she moved to Austin, Texas, she married her husband. She has two sons and one daughter. As a young child, she always wanted to become a pediatrician. However, after the birth of her children, that desire changed. She enrolled in the community college and began taking classes in writing. That is where she found her passion. After one of her stories was published in the college magazine, she began to write her stories down. Once her children got older, the family decided to move to Georgia. She wanted to pursue a career as a flight attendant so she could travel and see the world. Being a flight attendant allowed her to work and write at the same time. Her time away working and traveling allows her to come up with fascinating stories that will keep her readers mesmerized. Her characters are exciting and the drama will keep readers turning the pages. Shouldve Known Better is her debut novel, and she is busy at the keyboard working on the sequel Now I Know Better, as well as her memoir. When she is not flying high, she is spending quality time with her family and four beautiful grandchildren, Sophia, Taelynn, Jordon, and Alex Jr. She spends a lot of her time volunteering, coaching, and empowering young children. In the same year that the nation elected the first African American president, she became one of the first all-female African American flight crew to operate a commercial aircraft that flew from Atlanta, Georgia to Nashville, Tennessee and back. That flight landed her and the crew straight into the history books, which is a legacy she will leave for her grandchildren along with her novels. When all of us are dead and gone, this is how we will live on-by inspiring and empowering others!

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