10/20/14, TWO Exciting New Books!!!

Hi Everyone!!!

I just wanted to share with you that I have TWO new books coming out on October 28. A hardcover novel called “Pegasus”, which begins in World War II, covers three generations of 2 families who are close friends, the book takes place both in America and Europe, and it has lots of exciting things in it. Among them, there are some very interesting things about Ringling Brothers Circus, and life in the circus during the war years. It’s a big meaty book with lots of great stuff and characters in it. I love the book and hope you do too. And one of the elements of the book is about Lippizaner horses, the incredibly beautiful white horses that are used as show horses, who do elegant and amazing acrobatics. I REALLY REALLY hope you love the book!!!

And the second book is a children’s book called “Pretty Minnie in Paris”, for children about 4 to 8 years old. It was inspired by my tiny little white long haired tea cup Chihuahua Minnie (she weighs just over 2 pounds!!), and in the book Minnie lives in Paris, belongs to a little girl named Francoise, and both Francoise and Minnie love to wear pretty clothes. It’s about Minnie’s adventures in Paris….and there will be a sequel to the book a year from now. I am sooo excited about this book too, it is unbelievably cute, the illustrations by Kristi Valiant are gorgeous, and there is lots of pink and purple glitter in the book!!!! If there are any little girls in your life, they will LOVE it!!!

I hope you have a chance to enjoy both of these books.

Lots and LOTS of love, danielle

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8 Comments so far
  1. Keyla Marques October 21, 2014 5:48 am

    Can’t wait to have the books translated to portuguese or only imported to Brazil.
    Wanna give my niece a copy of “Pretty Minnie in Paris”.
    Lots of love,

  2. Maureen Hill October 22, 2014 12:59 pm

    love your books Danielle Steel, keep them coming. Enjoy learning new things.

    some books are painful topics to read about – domestic violence, but they are stories that need to be told also.


  3. P J Edwards October 29, 2014 7:48 am

    When my wife and I take a trip, we listen to books. This last trip we listened to Amazing Grace. We found we were both really into it, just waiting for the next event to take place. Being from California and having lived through many earthquakes, we could relate to their experiences. Next time we travel we’ll take you with us again… in the form of one of your books.


    P. J. Edwards

  4. Rob Scott November 10, 2014 5:48 pm


    I just finished your new book “Pegasus” in two days and loved it.

    There were several great lessons of Hope in this book and it helped me as I am in a very difficult time in my life.

    I learned from Pegasus to get back up when life knocks you down.

    I loved the ending and was left inspired with hope that all things work together for good.

    Thank you for this great book and keep up all your good work.

    Truth, Wisdom, Love and Sincerity, to aLL Mankind.

    Rob Scott
    Chicago, IL

  5. Diana November 19, 2014 7:07 pm

    I’m interested in your research on Lipizzan horses and their use by Ringling Brothers, and how much of it is true American Lipizzan history. Will read your novel just because of that. Interested “who” is the model for the cover art. I’ve bred Lipizzans in California since 1983. My horses descend from horses imported from Hungary in the 1960s. Thanks.

  6. Krystal Liu December 9, 2014 3:37 am

    I’m really fond of your books. I wonder if you mind me translating one of your novels into Chinese and introducing you to Chinese readers? If you don’t mind, could you please E-mail me? 741704772@qq.com Krystal Liu A Chinese fan

  7. Maureen Tierney Mrs. April 18, 2015 9:23 pm

    I have just finished reading ‘Pegasus’, and I feel it just cries out for
    a sequel. Any chance of one in the future?.
    I have read so many of your books and never had one I had to put down
    through lack of interest in the story.
    Please keep up the good work.

  8. Natasa December 22, 2015 2:53 pm

    Way to go Minnie! Have fun! Rach, our granddaughter had 2 open heart srieeurgs by the age of 3. Infection is a real concern and her first church camp was agonizing for our daughter Makayla is 14 today and heading for camp next week. GOD IS GOOD!!![]