Diana Corbitt is a retired elementary school teacher who has lived her entire life in northern California. She has two sons who, although grown up and out of the house, still live nearby. Ever since she was a kid she loved to be scared, either by movies or books. She started writing her first story in sixth grade. That one never got past six pages, but now that she’s retired she can’t stop writing. Her work has appeared in Bewildering Stories and Encounters Magazine. She had a podcast on Manor House and one of her short stories was published in an anthology entitled Wax and Wane: A Gathering of Witch Tales. When she’s not trying to scare herself silly, Diana enjoys working with stained glass, travel, and going to the movies. They don’t all have to be scary. Just not chick flicks.
In the Media
"Academy of 21st Century Learning promotes love of books" by
Nick Sestanovich, Vacaville Reporter
“Vacaville children’s author loves a good spooky . . .” By Matt Sieger, Vacaville Reporter
"‘Ghosters’: Vacaville author pens scary books for middle grades" By Amy Maginnis-Honey, Daily Republic