Smorgasbord Short Stories – What’s in a Name – Diana – Full of Grace by Sally Cronin

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Today’s story Diana is also translated into Spanish and is included in the anthology ¡Que entre la luz! in aid of victims of domestic violence. Christy D. Birmingham interviewed Olga Nunez Miret who translated the story and who is a member of Ediciones Proust and myself about the collection.

¡Que entre la luz!

Also I was delighted to receive a lovely review for What’s in a Name? last week from Colleen Chesebro which I will share at the end of the story. Thanks for visiting and I hope you enjoy.

Diana- Full of Grace

Diana Grace was an only child of two older parents who had been delightfully surprised when they discovered that after fifteen years of marriage; a baby was on the way. Her father was a professor of music and her mother a psychiatrist and Diana had grown up in a household filled with love and laughter.

Not wanting their daughter…

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