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Book review: Pretty Minnie in Paris, by Danielle Steel, illustrated by Kristi Valiant

Steel, Danielle. Pretty Minnie in Paris. Illustrated by Kristi Valiant. Doubleday Books For Young Readers, 2014. unp. $17.99 ISBN:978-0-385-37000-4 Gr. K+. P8Q8

I have visited Paris, France twice and each time I hated to leave the city of lights. 116 more words

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VIDEO: Getting Ready for Spring Break with Goodwill - The Goodbuy Girl

Judy Pielach the Goodbuy Girl gets ready for her Spring Break vacation by heading to the Goodwill Store in Hoffman Estates, Illinois to stock up on all the accessories needed to get away from the cold and enjoy the beach! 26 more words

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M<3: Secrets by Danielle Steel (Book recommendation)

I just finished reading Secrets by Danielle Steel. You’ve probably guessed from the title of this post that I liked it and it will be the book of the week that I will be recommending to you all today (and I’m actually posting this on a Tuesday, I should get an award :-) 595 more words

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Danielle Steel Inks With Paradigm

Danielle Steel has signed with Paradigm and will develop original material for TV and film projects along with mining her extensive catalog. The prolific writer’s books have sold hundreds of millions of copies, and more than 20 of her novels have made into TV movies. 32 more words


Nothing Lasts Forever: Especially the Movie Itself

With 50 Shades of Grey finally arriving in Australia, I’ve decided to celebrate the film-based-on-a-book genre, with a book written by one of the well-known writers in Danielle Steel. 838 more words


Danielle Steel - 3 stk

Som fortsættelse til dette indlæg, kommer nu tre andre bøger jeg har fået fingrene i. Alle er de skrevet af Danielle Steel, som jeg er helt vild med! 618 more words


Author Interviews | How to write and sell over half a billion books, the Danielle Steel Way

As an aspiring novelist, I am always fascinated by the creative processes of other writers. Of course, what better way to procrastinate on doing your own writing than to read about the writing habits of someone else? 185 more words