About the series
Though the Diary of Dion is the inspirational tale of a girl of followed her faith no matter what, the other two books of the trilogy, She Tells All and Every Woman’s Hero, tell the notorious Maddie’s side of the story.
Though she appears at first to be a foul-mouthed promiscuous girl who finds a pair of magical stilettos, you’ll find there is much more too her than that.
As the book unravels, you will be able to piece together the reasons for Maddie’s behavior based on a tragedy that shook her faith, and after reading the trilogy you will understand the power of loving people in the condition they are in, instead of trying to change, shape and mold people into what you want them to be.
I hoped to convey that powerful message of redemption in this book, and I believe that message is woven into even the smallest details of the story.
Maddie (the main character in the first two books) does have a foul mouth that will more than likely make you cringe, but for me, watering down this character felt like an unpardonable sin. She is who she is, end of story. That being said, she IS terribly offensive. So even if your ears bleed, please give this character a chance, since it’s never good to judge a book by it’s cover.
I hope you will give my book a chance, and I look forward to hearing your thoughts.