Hello and welcome to my cyber house! This is the best place to plug in to my beloved world of books, writing, coffee and creativity! I also have a mild obsession with deadlifts and CrossFit, which you can learn more about over on my fitness blog.

I’ve been a bookworm and aspiring writer for as long as I can remember. When I joined a gym my junior year of high school, fitness swiftly became another big love of my life. I find that having a fit, healthy body helps me persevere and grow as a writer; from my experience, mental toughness is a must, and victories I win in the gym often follow me to the keyboard.

Storytelling has always been my foremost passion. Every time I went outside as a little girl, I didn’t just go out to play… I set out to explore. To discover uncharted islands. To fight giants and save damsels. To solve crimes and hunt down buried treasure. The whole world was full of stories just waiting to be written, and I wanted to be the one to give them a voice!

Whether it’s writing nonfiction books that help women strengthen their faith and fitness, blogging about the struggles of being an introvert, or penning novels inspired by Greek mythology (another love of mine), connecting with people through the written word is what I love to do most.

Thank you so much for stopping by and learning more about who I am and what I do. I hope that my words can bring you joy and encouragement and that they’ll inspire you to pursue your passion and shine with all that’s in you!

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When we love, we always strive to become better than we are. When we strive to become better than we are, everything around us becomes better too.” ~ Paulo Coelho


Diana Anderson-Tyler featured on Movieguide and Charisma Magazine

3 thoughts on “Welcome!

  1. I really like your bio on twitter. Checking out your website and tips now. It seems to be geared towards women but I enjoy reading good content and studying other great online pressences such as yourself!

    1. Thank you! Yeah, my website (fit4faith.com) is for the readers/potential readers of my book, i.e., young women 😉 But I’m certainly glad you’re getting something from it! My facebook page is a bit more “gender-neutral,” lol: facebook.com/dianaandersoninc. God bless you!

  2. I love your website, Diana! You are so inspiring and your blogs are thought-provoking and interesting. Thanks for making me strive to be a better person and more FIT for FAITH!

    Love, Marquette 🙂

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