Danielle Steel novel Wanderlust published in 1986

Danielle Steel novel Wanderlust published in 1986

1986, Wanderlust Novel published

On this day on June 01, 1986, American writer, Danielle Steel romance novel Wanderlust published by Dell Publications. Wanderlust is the story of Audrey Driscoll. Orphaned young, Audrey has grown up caring for her eccentric millionaire grandfather and her demanding younger sister, Annabelle, who assume she will always be there for them.

Danielle Steel novel Wanderlust Reviews

However, the Wanderlust novel receiving a short number of both positive and negative editorial reviews.

Danielle Steel

Steel’s was born on August 14, 1947 at New York, New York, U.S. Her best known for her romance novels, Wanderlust was her 20th novel. Meanwhile, Steel’s became the one of the best-selling author alive and the fourth best-selling fiction author of all time, with over 800 million copies sold.

Writing process

Meanwhile, Steel spends two to three years on each one book, juggling multiple projects at one single time. However, once she has an idea for a story he makes notes as a first step, which are mainly about the characters.

I make notes for a while before I start work on the outline. The notes are usually more about the characters. I need to know the characters really well before I start — who they are, how they think, how they feel, what has happened to them, how they grew up.

In 2018, She told The New York Times

Top 10 Books

She has written more than 180 books and most of them were novels (141). Meanwhile, her books have been translate into 43 languages. Alos books can found in 69 countries across the globe.

  1. The Gift
  2. Changes
  3. The Long Road Home
  4. Prodigal Son
  5. Big Girl
  6. Until the End of Time
  7. Undercover
  8. Crossings
  9. Lone Eagle
  10. Jewels



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