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Diana Page Jordan


Diana Page Jordan is a professional bio writer, a professional book reviewer, a professional interviewer, and a ghostwriter.

An award-winning broadcast journalist, Diana has national first place awards for breaking news, best use of sound, features, as well as for her author feature The Book Page. She has first place awards from Oregon Press Women for her weekday AP Radio book feature Between the Lines and for hosting a talk show at KRLA in Los Angeles. She is also an Oregon Woman of Distinction.

Diana has interviewed thousands of authors for AP Radio Network, XM Satellite, and Barnes and Noble’s website, appeared several times on Martha Stewart Living, and as Book Reviewer on Portland’s KOIN-TV’s Studio 6 Show, after eleven years as AM Northwest’s Book Reviewer on KATU-TV.

Diana is a published author, with author interviews in Writer’s Digest – all cover stories - and The Costco Connection, as well as non-fiction stories in seven anthologies. And, she hosted a live talk show with authors called Open Book with Diana Page Jordan. Diana currently anchors and reports the news at KPAM and KKOV in Portland, Oregon. She is also a voiceover artist and on-camera talent.

Diana wrote a memoir BookMark: How Reading Saved My Life – her agent is Marilyn Allen of Allen O’Shea Literary Agency in NY. Diana is also writing a screenplay, a novel, and has about 800 posts on her BookBlog. She is originally from New York City, and graduated with High Honors from the University of Florida with a BS in Journalism and Communications.

Diana Page Jordan was Program Chair for the Willamette Writers Conference, 2010 and 2011. She is also in - what the Oregonian newspaper calls - The Hottest Writing Group in Portland.

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Posts by Diana Page Jordan:

  • What If You Woke Up To A New Identity? Love Water Memory

  • June 16th, 2013
    Imagine, waking up fully clothed in a cold body of water thousands of miles from home, not knowing where you are. Or, who you are. That’s how Jennie Shortridge opens her emotionally brilliant Love Water Memory. Jennie’s [...]

  • SUSPECT: A Thrilling Tail Of Trust & Faith

  • April 16th, 2013
    Robert Crais’ new thriller SUSPECT arrived in the typical yellow-brown package. I slipped the book out of the crystal bubble interior, gently cracking my copy open to the first page.  I instantly discovered that SUSPECT [...]

  • You Can Have Love – We Just Need To Do A Little Rewiring!

  • March 5th, 2013
    Meditation? Ha!  I sit on a fitness ball to roll and bounce as I work at my computer.  At my radio station, where I anchor the news, I push aside the tall, wheeled chair, to stand in front of the mic, shifting my weight [...]

  • When Love Isn’t All It’s Cracked Up To Be – How To Fix It!

  • February 12th, 2013
    Once upon a time, I not so brilliantly suggested getting married on Valentine’s Day. He thought that was an awesome idea, because then he only needed to remember one date – February 14th.  We’ve been exes for [...]

  • Book Review: One Word That Will Change Your Life By Dan Britton, Jimmy Page & Jon Gordon

  • January 16th, 2013
    I might just get the hang of my New Year’s Resolutions in 2013. That’s because I didn’t make any! Instead, I read ONE WORD THAT WILL CHANGE YOUR LIFE, by Dan Britton, Jimmy Page, and Jon Gordon.  They promise [...]

  • Book Review: The Time Keeper By Mitch Albom

  • January 2nd, 2013
    The Time Keeper By Mitch Albom If you live by your to-do list, it might be a good idea to put Mitch Albom’s The Time Keeper on that list.  It’s a fast, soul-encompassing read. Time is in charge, isn’t it!  [...]

  • Book Review: A WINTER DREAM by Richard Paul Evans

  • December 19th, 2012
    Happily-ever-after books. I love them.  I fell head over heels with A WINTER DREAM by Richard Paul Evans.  The 266-page novel is so fast-paced, I whipped through it on the treadmill in seventy-minutes.  I also displayed [...]

  • Book Review: Kill You Twice By Chelsea Cain

  • December 3rd, 2012
    Chelsea Cain’s books slay. The body count is high.  The entertainment factor even higher. As witness to Chelsea’s work – I’m in a writing group with her –Kill You Twice still pummels me with unexpected, explosive [...]

  • Book Review: I See Your Soul Mate: An Intuitive’s Guide to Finding and Keeping Love by Sue Frederick

  • October 22nd, 2012
    “What’s your number?” Next time someone asks you that, it may not be your phone number they’re after.  Just the date you were born. Oh, it works for you, too.  If you want a hot new romance – or a searingly [...]

  • WILD: Book Review

  • October 9th, 2012
    Despite its cover art of a boot with red laces, WILD is not a hiking book.  Cheryl Strayed’s gritty memoir takes us on the only possible journey that will save her life after her mother loses hers. Strayed goes wild [...]