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Book Tuesday: Jewels, by Danielle Steel

(all the page number I use are from my personal edition of the book)

I used to read a lot of Danielle Steel as a teenager (and by that, I mean when I was thirteen or fourteen, maybe fifteen) but it had been years, and besides I didn’t understand English at that age, so I was really reading the translations. 807 more words

6 tips for using Twitter like a professional

Twitter has been with us for almost a decade, yet we remain amazed at the things people tweet about. Personal beliefs. Private conversations. Elicit behavior. Groundless criticism. 642 more words

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Pegasus by Danielle Steel


Pegasus is a wonderful novel by author Danielle Steel. It is a beautiful story of two families, who left familiar homes and country to start a new life in USA and also England.  257 more words

UPDATE - A Novel Effect

UPDATE: After finishing this post, I decided to email Ms. Steel to let her know of the effect reading Jewels had on me and my reading career. 404 more words


Johnny Angel by Danielle Steel

Johnny Angel
Danielle Steel
224 pages


Johnny Peterson could light up a room with a word or a smile. He had a future filled with promise–until he stepped into a car on prom night and, in an instant, it was all taken away. 291 more words

Book Review

I Tried To Only Read Danielle Steel Novels For An Entire Summer, Here's What I Learned

I’ve never been one to buy into the concept of “beach books.” Like, read something light and fluffy if you want, when you want. No shame – unless you’re reading the new “50 Shades” from Christian’s perspective. 766 more words