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Deborah-Diane is the “Biographer Bookworm” Contributor on Squidoo

deborahdianeToday we’re happy to introduce you to Deborah-Diane. She’s our “Biographer Bookworm” Contributor on Squidoo.

Tell us a little bit about your niche topic.
My favorite way to learn about history is to read about the people who lived it. Whether they are world leaders or ordinary people who were living in extraordinary times, I have found that biographies can be fascinating. Biographies of all types of people, from the historic Queens of Europe to modern day movie stars, all contribute to our understanding of our own lives and the people who have lived before us.

Tell us about the moment you fell in love with your topic. Was it an immediate thing or did it happen over time?
The first biography I remember reading in high school was about Anne Boleyn. I was so fascinated by her story, that I read several more biographies of her. Then, I read about other interesting women, including Zelda Fitzgerald, Hanley Hemingway, and Marie Antoinette. Later, I realized that when I read the Bible I am actually reading a series of biographies of everyone from the Kings to the ordinary citizens who lived in the Middle East over a period of thousands of years. These were real people who probably never realized that people would be reading about their lives hundreds of years later.

Who had the most influence in your life?
Authors have always had a magical influence on me. There is nothing I enjoy more than a well-crafted, well-researched book, whether it is a horror story by Steven King, a historical novel, or even a light-hearted romance. To take words and create a story, evoke an emotion or inspire me to think more deeply … this has always seemed like the highest form of creativity to me.

You can also find Deborah-Diane by visiting:
Biography Books I Love at Pinterest.

Deborah-Diane invites you to stop by and share a review at her Review These Biographies of Amazing 20th Century Women.

Robin Svedi aka rms is a Community Organizer and member of the Creative Team at where her daily mission is to help lensmasters build better and more successful lenses about the things they know and love.

  • Brite-Ideas

    I just love non-fiction; I also find the real stories of lives (especially in history) very fascinating – Congratulations on your appointment to this niche!

  • kinworm

    There are some really great biographies to read – I’ve got a friend who reads nothing but. Congratulations on your niche topic :)

  • RenaissanceWoman2010

    Looking forward to your many contributions in the Biographer Bookworm virtual Squidoo library. I just finished a biography that may end up as a new review. Congrats on your feature.

  • Ruthi aka abitosunshine

    I enjoy your biographical view of the Bible reading. I’d not thought of it quite that way. It has been awhile but there was a time when all I read was autobiographies and memoirs. I look forward to you inspiring that reading once more.

  • DebW07

    Congrats Deb!

  • karendd123

    I love non fiction too. You can learn a lot by reading about other people and how they handle different situations in their lives.

  • Sylvestermouse

    What an awesome niche! Biographies are always interesting to read. It is pretty cool to look into the lives of real people.

  • snoopcat1

    Congratulations Deb

  • Merrci

    Such an interesting topic for a niche. I enjoy reading biographies on historical Christian leaders especially, like George Mueller. Looking forward to reading your lenses.

  • adventuretravelshop

    Congratulations – I’m looking for lenses about fiction books by British authors for my lensography. Pass on your URLS to me and I’ll add them to it.

  • GalaxyGoddess

    Congratulations on your post! I am currently reading the Nag Hamadi scriptures and have to agree, they are like mini biography’s. Not only do I like reading the scriptures, but the explanations given by the Author telling their point of view, but the research and conclusions that they did scholastically

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