Diane Corso writes stuff. And remains on constant guard against Sasquatch photobombing.

In 2009, she published her first thriller Skin and Bones (Bennett & Hastings Publishing, 2009), creating a sub-genre she likes to call Pacific Northwest Gothic. Okay, maybe she didn’t create it, per se, but it sort of became a thing, right?

As of 2020, she is working on her second novel, a supernatural thriller. To keep posted on developments, please join her mailing list.

She currently lives in the San Francisco Bay Area with her husband Michael and their cat, Scout.