In addition to her career in television, which includes two Emmy nominations and winning the prestigious Humanitas Prize, Dianne Dixon is also the author of three novels.

The Language of Secrets, Dianne’s debut novel sold in a bidding war to Random House/Doubleday and was named a Top Ten New Fiction title by Amazon. New York Times Bestselling Author Sue Grafton described the book as “A psychological mystery with emotional underpinnings that will have you puzzled and intrigued right up to the moment Dixon’s sleight of hand is revealed.”

Sourcebooks (2019 Publisher of the Year) bought Dianne’s second novel The Book of Someday in a preemptive bid.  Booklist called the tone in The Book of Someday “reminiscent of Jodi Picoult and Kristin Hannah.” And the novel is described as “absolutely mesmerizing!” by New York Times Bestselling Author Sarah Jio.

Beginning with glowing advance reviews from Booklist and Goodreads, the response to Dianne’s third book The Other Sister continued to be outstanding. Shortly after its publication, The Other Sister was nominated for a Mystery Writers of America/Mary Higgins Clark Award.

Along with her books and her television work, Dianne has been a Visiting Professor of Creative Writing at Pitzer College; and she has taught screenwriting at Chapman University’s Dodge College of Film & Media.

Dianne is an insatiable reader who loves good mysteries.