September 27, 2010

Keta Diablo Writes from the Midwest

Keta Diablo lives in the Midwest on six acres of beautiful woodland. Here, she communes with nature. There’s a lovely environmental lake on her property named after a famous Native American chief and the locals insist ancient burial grounds exists in her woods. Maybe it isn’t always the wind she hears howling at night?

Aside from her writing work, Keta loves to read and garden and spends much time at the local animal shelter wrangling a way to adopt every pet there. Most times readers will find Keta sitting outside in the summer months with her muse plotting her next erotic romance or gay fictional work.

Where the Rain is Made, a paranormal time travel is her latest published by Decadent Publishing

Learn about Keta Diablo’s work at her website. There you can sign up for her monthly newsletter and be eligible to win her monthly giveaway.

Keta also keeps several blogs: Keta's Keep is one where you can find all the info about her work plus some stellar reviews. and are the links to those.


  1. Wow, Keta. Sounds like a wonderful place to gain inspiration from.

    Animal shelters, been there, done the cat! ;-)

    Kudos for sticking with it...hard to do with so many animals needing a home!

  2. Hi Annette,

    I know I'm late stopping in. What a hectic day! Thanks so much for hosting me on your lovely blog. I appreciate it.

    And the very best to you in all future writing endeavors.

    Best, Keta

  3. Hi Keta,

    Great Blog! Nice place to visit.

    As you know, I love Where The Rain Is Made. What a Fabulous book.

    My best wishes for continued success.

    Brita Addams

  4. I'm a midwest girl too. Nothing beats four real seasons (unless you're stuck in the middle of the season you like least LOL).

    I've said it before, but it bears repeating: the premise of this novel rocks. Can't wait until I have the time to read it (sucks not being allowed to review other authors at houses I write for LOL).

  5. Just dropped by to say 'hi' and lend support.


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