For over a decade, Diane Mulligan
has been teaching English at St. John's High School. She is also the director of the Betty Curtis Worcester County Young Writers Conference. She writes realistic, contemporary fiction. Kirkus Reviews called The Latecomers Fan club "an often entertaining novel about how life can turn out when careers and marriages don't happen as planned."
Fellow faculty member and author Chuck Abdella said of The Latecomers Fan Club
, "This is a wonderful novel and most readers should find the challenges faced by characters to be comfortingly familiar, yet strikingly original." Kevin Browne of the Religion department wrote, "I had picked up The Latecomers Fan Club
on Sunday afternoon and did not put it down until the following night (after a pesky day of classes getting in the way). I tore through the book, engrossed by the clear pose, the engaging characters, and the multitude of sharp insights into what the life of twenty- or thirty-something looks like today."
IndieReader described Watch Me Disappear
as "a wry, entertaining portrayal of modern teenage life," and Owen Adams, class of 2015, said, "One of the best indie books I have come across."