Diane Morasco created The Book Resort in 2009. In 2011 she founded Morasco Media and in 2012 Morasco Enterprises. Ms. Morasco is the Founder and CEO of Morasco Media(MM) and Morasco Enterprises(ME).
For my Scandalous series, I am writing as the wickedly scandalous Darianna James (DJ). Writing as Darianna James offers me the opportunity to reach a fresh and diverse assortment of readers. And scribing as Darianna James allows me to plunge even deeper into my sensual side without restraints; although restraints are wickedly delectable. *bites lower left lip and winks*
With a sharp eye and knack for spotting fresh new voices, Ms. Morasco is a creative visionary who is actively building her client list.
“Writing, reviewing, editing, entertaining, and creating is what I was destined to do. I get to read, write and create for a living while working with incredibly talented people in an edgy, entertaining, challenging, and competitive industry.”
Ms. Morasco has a genuine fervor for animals, butter cream cupcakes, Supernatural, Dallas, the beach, cinnamon gum, music, movies, a game of pool, hiking, snow hikes, Dr. Oz, Italy, QVC, and books.
Sparkle Abbey dishes on the life of pampered divas and pets.
Ryan’s bombshells, curves, and intoxicating maze leave readers replete…but pleading for more.
Lee is clearly a story wizard, and it is evident from setting to plot to characters to action.
Reed’s deliverance and knowledge of the beekeeping world and Wisconsin setting is energetic, engaging, and enlightening!
"I write to entertain… I want readers to laugh and say, 'Honey, listen to this.'”
Blackwell splendidly synthesizes sass, spooks, and supernatural in Murder on the House.
McKinlay deftly blends small town environs, charismatic characters and library knowledge judiciously without losing her gait or the reader’s attention.
An unstoppable cinematic wordsmith adds that maraschino cherry to readers’ scrumptious piña coladas.
Lipperman is the rising Texas mystery phenom and proves she is the eponymous beneficiary to Dame Christie-Texas style.
Coyle whips up a yuletide tale that is brimming with bedlam, intrigue, and murder… and winter fun. Really!