Blog Posts - Danielle Steel

Bestsellers of 1986

A book’s being a “bestseller” doesn’t automatically make it a “good” book…  Here’s a past post with a group of “all-time” bestseller lists. Then, the past post that explores what a “b...
by Notes from An Alien on Aug 31, 2016

Belles Friends Forever by Danielle Steel

Belles Friends Forever by Danielle Steel – stories that shaped bouquet in the correct order but still form an integral story that can be understood and many people staked Examples such as novels, many children, especially..
by Best Novel Review on May 18, 2016

Books We Read Too Soon

Recently I read an essay on Tess of the D’Urbervilles that got me thinking. The author had failed at writing an essay on the book in high school, and, still totally ashamed of that fact, penned what I think is a brilliant think-piece on the b...
by Book Riot on Mar 20, 2015

Danielle Steel – The House

Do read the book to understand how to let money expand the possibilities in your life rather than merely hoarding it. Money making is fun.But its pretty sad, if money is all you have in life. Money is meant to help you be the best you can be, to help...
by Wealthymatters on Sep 29, 2014

15 Author Pages You Should Like on Facebook

Want more bookishness if your Facebook feed? Check out these wicked awesome author fan pages. 1. Paulo Coelho If you want to get philosophical on social media, definitely check out Coelho’s page. It features a lot of quotes by the … Continued...
by Book Riot on Jul 22, 2014

Book Review: Winners

Winners by Danielle SteelMy rating: 1 of 5 starsIt has been a long time since I have read a book written by Danielle Steel. I picked this one to give myself a change from all the books I have been reading. The story is about a young girl named Lily T...
by BamesLive on Apr 7, 2014

i LOVE reading: Danielle Steel - Betrayal

This is my new novel collection arrived last week. Apart from Vampire world novel, I love fiction-romance-drama novel. Novel is my favorite book as lesson book will only get me sleepy to read it. I know, but I enjoy reading novel. Betrayal is intrigu...
by ieghagination on Jun 10, 2012

Saturday Six #96

Hello there lovelies, I am currently writing from London where I am feeling a bit snackered, a.k.a. tired and trying to avoid jetlag. My flight arrived 90 minutes early so when I got into town my room wasn’t ready.  No problem as it is not rai...
by Misadventures with Andi on Feb 25, 2012

Big Girl

Honestly I haven't picked up a Danielle Steel in years. I was quite frankly surprised to find new Steel books on the shelf.  One would think she would have retired by now. Heroine Victoria is the ugly duckling born to the fairy princess family.
by Zoe Reads on Apr 12, 2011

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