Logo 01 photoDiane Lynn McGyver’s professional writing career began in 1997. She made a living writing nonfiction, but her true passion lived in the fantasy world. Dusting off an old manuscript she had first completed in her late teens, she began uncovering the real story amongst the handwritten pages.

After six long years of major revisions, edits and beta readers, her first novel Shadows in the Stone was published by Quarter Castle Publishing. This was the first book in the Castle Keepers series.

Diane currently lives in a hamlet on the beautiful Eastern Shore of Nova Scotia, Canada. She’s already made plans to retire–at an early age–to write by the sea where she spent her childhood. There, she will live in a peel tower or a stone cottage where she’ll raise chickens, goats and vegetables.

Castle Keepers Series

  1. Shadows in the Stone
  2. Scattered Stones
  3. Revelation Stones (Predicted Release Date: May 2018)
  4. Healing Stones
  5. Gathered Stones
  6. Origin of the Stones
  7. The Stone Gatherer

To learn more about Diane’s books visit McGyver’s Books page.

Links to connect with Diane

Goodreads Author Page

Quarter Castle Publishing Author Page

Amazon Author Page


Facebook Author Page


Lynn Davidson at Polilla Writes: January 30, 2014

Smashwords Interview: October 7, 2013

Darlene Foster’s Blog: July 14, 2012

Guest Posts on Other Sites

Alexia’s Chronicles: June 19, 2012 – The Hero Inside Every Woman

Thea Atkinson Blog: March 14, 2012 – Perfect Characters are Boring

Christi Corbett Blog: March 9, 2011 – A Pantster Explains her Method!

My Future Kitchen

Port Royal, Nova Scotia


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