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Dianne Christner



Dianne Christner writes from her home in Phoenix, Arizona. But the setting for her new series is Plain City, Ohio, where she met and married her husband Jim. Raised Mennonite, when Christner writes, she invites her readers to Fall in Love the Mennonite Way. Although she is no longer a member of the Mennonite church, she admires the Mennonite people for their many commendable attributes and alludes to these in her fiction. Like the Amish, whose roots evolve from the Mennonite faith, they exemplify a simple lifestyle structured around family and community. But unlike the Amish, they mingle more with the world, and Christner puts the fish out of water aspect in the limelight. Her books bring a wider perspective to Amish fiction readers and maintain the authenticity of her background.

               Christner’s first book was published in 1994, and now she has eight historical novels. Her Plain City Bridesmaid series falls under the contemporary romance genre of Christian fiction.

               Dianne and Jim Christner have two married children, five grandchildren, and many friends and family in various sects of the Mennonite church. You may find information about her other books at where she keeps a blog about the Mennonite lifestyle.

               Christner belongs to Christian Writers of the West, American Christian Fiction Writers, Romance Writers of America, and National Association of Professional Women

Dianne's MR Links
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Barbour Publishing
A Note From Dianne Christner


Something New is available for review at Netgalley. Click here Netgalley

Something Old is now available in E-Book!

Something New releases February 1, 2012

Current Releases
Return to Plain City, Ohio, where lifelong goals open paths to something new. Lil Landis aspires to become a head chef…a far cry from her Conservative Mennonite upbringing. But as she chases after her dream, problems seem to hinder her ever...
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Something New
Travel to Plain City, Ohio, to witness the Mennonite and English culture clash. As Katy Yoder accepts a new job and struggles to define her place in the world, childhood friends and a past romance get in the way. Even when her friends try to help ...
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Something Old (Plain City)
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