When Dianne E. Butts heard her doctor say, "Dianne, it is a form of cancer," she had no idea what her future held or that it was the beginning of a year-long trek through surgeries. While lying in the hospital after her first surgery, Dianne determined she wanted something to look forward to at the end of her cancer journey, something "big" that she would do after kicking cancer's butt. But what would that be? Write a book? Get a motorcycle and ride across the country? Tune in to find out what was the biggest, wildest thing Dianne could think of to do, and learn how she's progressing toward that goal today.
Dianne has been writing magazine articles for twenty years with more than 275 published in more than fifty print and online magazines and contributions to 17 books. Her work has appeared in print in Great Britain, Bulgaria, Poland, Canada, and Korea.
Dianne is also the author of two books. Her new book is Deliver Me: Hope, Help & Healing through True Stories of Unplanned Pregnancy. Her first book, Dear America: A Letter of Comfort & Hope to a Grieving Nation, she wrote after 9/11. This book is still available on amazon.com for this tenth anniversary. Dianne lives with her husband and cat in Colorado.