Novels. A list of all novels by Danielle Steel, linked to from Steel's official site , can be found here. Year, Title. , Going Home. 3 days ago Danielle Steel is a prolific romance writer who has produced more than novels as well as nonfiction and children's books. UK Edition. In His Father's Footsteps. In this powerful novel, #1 New York Times bestselling author Danielle Steel tells the story of two World War II concentration .
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Steel's latest novel is Blessing in Disguise. Other recent bestsellers include Silent Night, Turning Point, Beauchamp Hall, In His Father's Footsteps, The Good. Danielle Steel Books In Order. Publication Order of Standalone Novels . Danielle Steel stands out as more than just a great author. She is a heroine in her own. In this powerful novel, #1 New York Times bestselling author Danielle Steel tells the The Cast. May Contemporary Romance. Danielle Steel follows a.
It is typical for every society to have certain unique traditions and outstanding people. The one, timeless tradition that will continue being a culture among different societies is book reading. This is because stories have a way of reaching out to everybody regardless of age or race.
Moreover, great authors are identified by their ability to capture readers in this manner. Danielle Steel stands out as more than just a great author. She is a heroine in her own right, thanks to her creation of some of the greatest stories of all time.
Her fans are numerous and cut across the age divide. Her books cover the genres of romance, drama and fiction. Her father, John Steel was the proprietor of a firm that produced drugs.
She spent her early childhood days in France where she lived with both parents. At the age of seven though, her parents divorced and she went on to live with her father mostly in New York and Europe. Steel grew up under the catholic faith and even wanted to be a nun someday. Steel attended her schooling in her hometown. She first went to a French school which was a preparatory school in Manhattan. On most occassions she was alone at home as her father was away on business.
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This allowed her to focus on her studies more leading her to excel in school. In , at the age of fifteen, she graduated from this school and was then ready for college. In her bid to actualize her dream of working in the fashion circles, she joined a school of design.
This was short-lived though as she left after a short while. She enlisted into New York University.
There, she majored in French Literature. In , she left college. She juggled her roles as a wife and student at the university as she began writing. However, this was not really the first time she wrote.
As a child, she wrote stories and as a teenager she penned poetry. She completed her first manuscript at the age of nineteen.
At twenty, she got her first child, Beatrix. After nine years of marriage, Lazard and Steel divorced. Steel went through several other divorces afterwards following her subsequent marriages. She divorced her fifth husband of four years in All in all, Steel got nine children. One of her sons, Nicholas, died in following an overdose of heroin. The novels by Steel have always been bestsellers, most of them topping honorary lists.
Over million copies of her books have been sold all across the world.
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Moreover, many of her books have been translated to more than twenty eight languages circulating in over forty seven countries across the globe. Most of her books carry a similar theme. Usually, the story involves characters in some sort of crisis which threatens to meddle in their relationship.
More often than not, the stories focus on pertinent life issues such as family crises, death, relationships, suicide, divorce, war and illness.
The more you shy away from the material, the worse it gets. You're better off pushing through and ending up with 30 dead pages you can correct later than just sitting there with nothing," she advises. Her output is also the result of a near superhuman ability to run on little sleep.
If I have four hours, it's really a good night for me," Steel says. She's always been like this, even as a kid growing up in France.
Before playing with friends after school, she'd come home and immediately complete her homework. The novel sold in a week. One hundred and seventy-nine books later, she still hasn't been able to quit. Danielle Steel's handcrafted desk in her San Francisco office, designed in the image of three of her best-selling books Danielle Steel Advertisement Steel never set out to be a best-seller.
In fact, she was made to feel embarrassed of her success.
I had this drive to to write the stories that came to me—and to conquer them. It came from the gut, not from the cash register. Or another time at a party, "Someone said to me, 'Are you still writing? But she is uncomfortable talking about money—particularly in terms of business deals and negotiations.
I try to be responsible with [my money], but it's very awkward and I try to be discreet," she says. It's not the money that keeps Steel chained to her desk; it's a real love for the craft.
Some of my ideas will start off as mundane, but as I write them they become magical—and I can never predict it.
Other times it can feel like dragging an elephant across the room, but I get through it. She recounts a conversation with her son and his significant other; both are in their twenties.
Her son told her that he never works past a certain time at the office, a model of that elusive work-life balance. At his office, his company offered beer! Video games! Free food! The usual "perks" of a modern workplace. Steel balks at it all. I mean, I never expected that quality of life at I had three jobs at the same time, and after work I wrote.
Now it's a promise that it's all going to be fun. Jeff Bezos extended the invitation himself. Steel can't read other books while working on her own, which means she can basically never read other books.The research extended into two areas that were fascinating for me, the intricate mechanisms of the judicial system in New York, and the workings of a murder trial. I can eat my dessert first and no one yells at me.
Victoria wins her freedom from the ghosts and shackles of her past, and blossoms into the fantastic, mature, lovable, wonderful woman she has always been. Danielle Steel's handcrafted desk in her San Francisco office, designed in the image of three of her best-selling books Danielle Steel Advertisement Steel never set out to be a best-seller. We have created this online Bookshelf to give you the opportunity to revisit this rich title list, remember some of your old favorites, or discover new ones.
Since other people were telling me what to do my whole life.