Danielle Steel is one of the world’s most popular authors, with over 600 million copies of her novels sold. In Friends Forever , she tells an unforgettable and ultimately triumphant story, spanning decades, of the power of friendship.
Five children – Gabby, Billy, Izzie, Andy and Sean – meet on the first day of kindergarten and become inseparable friends, a group known to outsiders as the Big Five.
As teenagers, their seemingly perfect lives are buffeted by losses and victories great and small, and when they enter their college years, the way forward is neither safe nor clear. When the tight-knit group parts ways after graduation, tragedy strikes and those who are left must deal with the fallout ...
Danielle Steel is one of the most popular authors writing today. Her books have been published in 47 countries and in 28 languages – and every one of them has become a bestseller.
Twenty-two of her 80-plus novels have been adapted for television, including the Golden Globe nominated Jewels, Message From Nam, Palomino, Daddy and Kaleidoscope.
An American with strong ties to France, Danielle has led a dramatic life. She has been married five times. Family and children are the central focus of her life, which frequently shows in her writing. In her books, she generally deals with real life issues, like illness, death, loss, family crises and relationships, and frequently writes about historical themes. She has also penned a book of poetry and several children’s books.
In 1998, Danielle wrote a memoir called His Bright Light, about the life and death of her son, Nicholas Traina, who suffered from bipolar disorder. Proceeds of this book, which reached The New York Times Non Fiction Bestseller List, were used to found the Nick Traina Foundation, which supports organisations that provide treatments for mental illnesses.
Danielle wrote her first book at 19. Some of her bestselling fiction titles include Family Ties, Big Girl, Southern Lights, Matters Of The Heart, One Day At A Time, Rogue and Honor Thyself.
Interesting author facts:
To avoid comparisons to her previous novels, Danielle does not write sequels.
Danielle worked for a public relations agency in New York called Supergirls for several years.
In 2006, Danielle worked with Elizabeth Arden to launch a perfume; Danielle By Danielle Steel.
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