Dianne Bright is a regular contributor with Reader's Digest and The Healthy. She has written for a variety of other magazines and professional blogs, including Scholastic (Earth Day, Family Literacy, Press Play). Reviewing titles seasonally for a few publishers and being on goodreads is her way of staying bookworm obsessed.  

Book one of her young adult sci-fi/dystopian duology is now available via digital and paperback copies with Green Idea Books. Recently, she has been on the lookout for a new agent. Her book of parenting reflections: MOMS KICK BUTT, is available with CrossLink Publishing.


Her upcoming projects include finishing book #2 of her young adult sci-fi/dystopian duology. She is also finishing book #3 of her adult fiction paranormal series. She has recently outlined for a new book on meditation and a middle grade series about #steam for girls and legends from the Maori tribe in the jungles of New Zealand.

Struggling with mental health issues and an ear disability, Bright advocates for these groups in her writing--and via charitable organizations, like Writers For Hope. Her main message is to never give up! On the really hard days, she suggests watching The Office and eating Cheetos.