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Famous For: Best-selling Fiction Authors of all time
Higher Education: New York University
Danielle Steel, one of today's most popular and prolific authors, was born in New York City in 1947. Over 190 books in various genres, including romance, drama, and fiction, have been authored by the author, whose books have sold more than 800 million copies worldwide.
Danielle Steel Career
Steel worked in advertising in New York City after earning a degree in literature and creative writing from New York University.
In 1973, "Going Home," her debut book, was released.
Published in 1984, Having a Baby included a chapter written by Steel.
She joined San Francisco high society after the publication of her fourth book, The Promise, which was a triumph.
Danielle Steel Famous Books
Among Steel's best-known works are "The Kiss," "Rogue," "The House," "The Wedding," and "Safe Harbour."
Her works are renowned for their emotional richness and moving storytelling, and frequently deal with themes of family, love, and loss.
Danielle Steel Family
Steel has nine kids and has been married five times. She has been quite candid about the difficulties she has encountered in her relationships and family life, which has attracted a lot of media attention to her personal life.
Danielle Steel Awards
The French Legion of Honour and the NAACP Image Award for Outstanding Literary Work are only two of the countless honours and recognitions Steel has received for her work.
She was included in the Guinness Book of World Records in 1989.
Having at least one book on the New York Times Best Seller List for 381 straight weeks earned Danielle Steel a spot in the Guinness Book of World Records.
Danielle Steel Philanthropic Work
She has donated millions of dollars to numerous charities and organisations, including the Nick Traina Foundation, which she established in memory of her son, who tragically passed away from a heroin overdose, in addition to her literary career.