Diane Stafford, Author

Relationships, good health, and healthy digital lifestyles!

Million-plus sales, 14 books!

In Newport Beach, California, three teens at a Digital Living School discover a dangerous plot brewing--and try to avert disaster by putting their considerable electronics skills to work. Protagonist Emma DeCinza, a girl with ADHD gone wild, joins forces with Ethan Black, her Asperger's buddy who is is an athletic savant, and Rachel Miller, the bottom-feeder of their class of cyber wizards. Their efforts to save a classmate who is Barbie-incarnate takes them on a roller-coaster ride that puts all three in jeopardy but ultimately shows that good can win out over bad--if the avengers at work apply themselves. This book will be available in August 2018!

Diane Stafford

* Bestselling author Diane Stafford (far right) has fourteen books published and has sold more than one million books. She is pictured here with her daughter, Jennifer Shoquist, M.D., who coauthored several books with Stafford.

* Jennifer Shoquist, M.D., family medicine physician (left in photo), can give you pointers on health and on ways to stay healthy, happy, and balanced.

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Women's Fiction

in Newport Beach, California, Belle Brody comes home from errand-running and is surprised to see her husband's car. She knows he should be at work, locked in as a local science teacher. Within minutes, her neat life unravels when she discovers he has awful secrets that affect her and their three children and just keep on resonating. Soon, she strikes out on her own, divorces her husband who has disappeared, and finds new love and great hope. The newly realized existence is better and fuller, and she now knows better than to trust anything that seems too good to be true.

At any rate, it turns out to be far more than a summer love with a man who washes up on her porch after a storm,

Diane Stafford

A resident of beautiful Newport Beach, California, Diane Stafford, bestselling author, has fourteen published books. With Harriet Mogul, M.D., Stafford wrote Syndrome W. With Rob Thompson, M.D., Stafford wrote The New Low-Carb Way of Life. With her daughter Jennifer Shoquist, M.D., Stafford wrote Migraines For Dummies, Potty Training for Dummies, No More Panic Attacks, and The Encyclopedia of STDs. With Moritza Day, Stafford wrote 1000 Best Job Hunting Secrets. Her two-year bestseller was 50,001 Best Baby Names (Sourcebooks). She wrote The Vitamin D Cure, with James Dowd, M.D. (Wiley, January 2007). Her other published books are: 40,001 Best Baby Names, Parent's Success Guide to Parenting, The Ultimate Baby Name Book, The Big Book of 60,001 Baby Names.
Jennifer Shoquist, M.D., family medicine physician, lives with her two children in Newport Beach, and practices medicine in nearby Huntington Beach. Shoquist was an honor graduate of the University of St. Thomas, as well as an honor graduate of The High School for Performing and Visual Arts in Houston, Texas. She graduated from UT Medical School in Houston and did her residency in Houston.