Diane Hammond, the author of three previous novels, Hannah’s Dream, Going to Bend, and Homesick Creek, is the recipient of an Oregon Arts Commission literary fellowship and served as a spokesperson for the Free Willy Keiko Foundation and the Oregon Coast Aquarium. She lives in Bend, Oregon, with her husband and daughter.
Learn more about Diane Hammond and her books at her website.
About Seeing Stars
Ruth Rabinowitz believes. She believes that her daughter Bethy (now going by Bethany) is a terrific little actress, so they have come to Hollywood, where dreams come true. Hugh Rabinowitz, who thinks their quest for stardom is delusional, has stayed behind in Seattle.
Joining Bethany Rabinowitz in Hollywood’s often toxic waters are fellow child actors Quinn Reilly, who has been cast adrift by his family and excels only on Hollywood sets; beautiful Allison Addison, who is misled by her powerful need for love; and Laurel Buehl, who brings a desperate secret to LA that makes the stakes impossibly high. As talent managers, agents, coaches, directors and teachers nurture—and feed on—their ambitions, stars will be made, hearts will be broken, children will grow up, and dreams will both be realized and die.
Diane’s TLC Book Tours TOUR STOPS
Monday, March 1st: Lit and Life
Wednesday, March 24th: Clever Girl Goes Blog
Tuesday, March 30th: Metroreader
Wednesday, March 31st: Literate Housewife
Friday, April 2nd: Booking Mama
Sunday, April 4th: BookNAround
Wednesday, April 7th: Write Meg
Thursday, April 8th: A Sea of Books
Monday, April 12th: Confessions…of a Real Librarian
Tuesday, April 13th: Serendipitous Reading
Friday, April 16th: Café of Dreams
Wednesday, April 21st: Book Club Classics!