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Review: The Sins of the Mother


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The Sins of the Mother

by Danielle Steel

Copyright 2012.

At age seventy, Olivia, a successful CEO of a hardware and furniture company, is still going strong. 502 more words

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Going Home

Today I finished reading “Going Home,” Danielle Steel’s first novel, originally published in 1973. When I decided to start this project, I had no idea what to expect, and now… I still don’t haha. 1,522 more words

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This week's National Post Bestseller List takes a trip on Colson Whitehead's Underground Railroad

The National Post Bestseller List is reported weekly by a different Canadian bookstore, featuring local favourites alongside national hits. This week’s list courtesy of McNally Robinson Booksellers (Winnipeg, MB). 243 more words

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Female POV Stories

These are some of my favorite books that have a heavy Female POV. 

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Foxfire here is by Joyce Carol Oates and has been, as the reader can see, made into a film with Angelina Jolie – I think sometime in the 1990’s – that I’ve only ever seen clips of. 634 more words

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Matters Of The Heart

Danielle Steel’s 101 novel reaches out to women who are in a struggling relationship, to people it may just be just a story but Steel passes on a message here, a message that resonates in the heart of any lover who have suffered from an abusive relationship. 365 more words

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Introduction

On August 14, 1947, Danielle Fernandes Dominique Schuelein-Steel was born. Since 1973, the writer better known as simply Danielle Steel has been gracing the world with her writing. 547 more words

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August 14 in history

1183  Taira no Munemori and the Taira clan took the young Emperor Antoku and the three sacred treasures and fled to western Japan to escape pursuit by the Minamoto clan. 634 more words

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