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Danielle Fernandes Dominique Schuelein-Steel (born August 14, 1947) is an American writer, best known for her romance novels.
She is the bestselling author alive and the fourth bestselling fiction author of all time, with over 800 million copies sold.
Steel also ventured into children's fiction, penning a series of 10 illustrated books for young readers.
These books, known as the "Max and Martha" series, aim to help children face real life problems: new baby, new school, loss of loved one, etc.
Her formula is fairly consistent, often involving rich families facing a crisis, threatened by dark elements such as prison, fraud, blackmail and suicide.
Steel has also published children's fiction and poetry, as well as raising funds for the treatment of mental disorders.
A San Francisco judge made a highly unusual ruling allowing the seal on Nick's adoption to be overturned, although he was still a minor.
After years of near-constant writing, in 2003 Steel opened an art gallery in San Francisco, Steel Gallery, which showed contemporary work and exhibited the paintings and sculptures of emerging artists. She continues to curate shows a few times a year for the Andrea Schwartz Gallery in San Francisco.
Her books have been translated into 43 languages, Steel was born Danielle Fernandes Dominique Schuelein-Steel in New York City to a German father and a Portuguese mother.
Her father, John Schulein-Steel, was a German-Jewish immigrant and a descendant of owners of Löwenbräu beer. She later moved to San Francisco, and worked as a copywriter for Grey Advertising.
Ransom focuses more on suspense than romance, and follows three sets of seemingly unconnected characters as their lives begin to intersect.
Although many of her earliest books were released with initial print runs of 1 million copies, by 2004 her publisher had decreased the number of books initially printed to 650,000 due to the decline in people buying books.
In 2002, Steel was decorated by the French government as an Officier of the Ordre des Arts et des Lettres, for her contributions to world culture.