SOURCE: Author Diane Myerson

December 22, 2015 12:00 ET

Newly-Discovered Diane Myerson, 84, Passes Her "Golden Years" Writing, Entertaining "Children of All Ages" With Her Many & Varied Books

Be It Beautifully Illustrated Juvenile Books, Tales About Rehabilitating Her French Villa, or Sharing Stories About The Insanely Insane Childhood She Survived!

NEWPORT BEACH, CA--(Marketwired - December 22, 2015) - When your successful husband, and his rather conservative father don't want you to splurge on an outfit, what do you do? If you're a young Diane Myerson, author and woman of many talents, you drop that fur you just bought-and they don't know about -- down to the ground from a second floor window via a rope and hope the unsuspecting older man, aka father-in-law, who happens to be in your living room babysitting your kids, while you and your husband try and escape for a night out, doesn't see it pass by a window! To describe this 84 year-old's life as quirky, from the time she was born, is an understatement. READ ON!

You only live once and Diane Myerson ( is proof positive that it's never too late to do what you love and, voila, be successful at it. As she confidently says, "You're never too old to live your dream."

The woman is a writing machine, churning out one wonderful children's book (the holiday-ish "A Little Dog's Christmas Tale") after another: at least six of them by now… and it's only Wednesday!

In addition, Diane writes terrific fiction and non-fiction for the grownup crowd. Her stories about living in France ("The Diary of a Passionate Francophile"), where she still has a 400 year-old château that she fully restored, are a classic, in the spirit of author Peter Mayle's adventures in Provence. She's also penned a terrific golf book, "Thursday is Ladies Day," which is a rib-tickling tale about the adventures of four lady golfers and their comical adventures. She knows it's great fodder for a terrific movie… "Hello Hollywood!"

Upcoming, writer Myerson is busy at work on her autobiography, due out in 2016, in which she tells one outrageous anecdote after another about her zany upbringing by a dominant, conspiring mother whose role in life was primarily to sabotage Diane's life at every turn. A SNEAK PEEK: "This book has taken me 84 years to write. It is personal and painful. I have lived every moment described. I often describe my mother as evil, and, to me, she was."

All of Diane's books are available at AMAZON.COM.

A THUMBNAIL BIOGRAPHY: Often called a "Renaissance woman," Diane Myerson enjoys the world of arts and crafts. Her skill in quilting has won her top-prize ribbons and her painting has given her much personal pleasure. Whether she is preparing a gourmet feast for friends or creating a fanciful doll to please her grandchildren, she shares her love of creativity with those around her. Her books are the books of dreams, an invented world of fantasy, sparking the imagination of the young and answering many questions of the old.

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    Digney & Co. Public Relations HOLLYWOOD
    Jerry Digney
    323 785 2404