Bio

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Women Strong Enough For Love 

Donna writes science fiction, paranormal and small town romances about women coming into their strength and having the courage to find and accept love.

Now that she has retired from going into an office every day, she created an office at home and writes full time. Talk about living the dream!

She was the girl at the party who was yearning for the quiet corner and a book to read (go Rory Gilmore!), and has been writing in her head since she learned to read. Getting those stories down on paper (or in her laptop) has been more fun than she ever imagined it could be.

The possibilities of science fiction have always drawn her and she’s read them all, there just needed to be a little more romance in them. She finally got up the courage to write them herself and is delighted to be able to share these stories with you.

She is a member of Romance Writers of America, the Fantasy, Futuristic & Paranormal Chapter of RWA and the Heart of Carolina Romance Writers. She can be reached at

www.steelestories.com
www.facebook.com/donnasteeleauthor
https://twitter.com/steele_donna

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My premiere novel, Rth Rising, a science fiction romance was released on March 3, 2012. The sequel Rth Claimed was released January, 2016. My paranormal romance eBooks Learning Trust,  Wraith’s Heart,  and The Melting Series, Book 1-The InfectionBook 2-The Progression, Book 3-Cohesion, Before You, Another TIme and Small Changes are now available.

My first self-published novel – Alien Embrace released June 1. 2015.

Wraith’s Heart , Learning Trust, Rth Rising, Alien Embrace  and Another Time are now also available in paperback through Amazon.

My small town romance novels – Homecoming, Welcome Home, Red Shoes, Nowhere for Christmas, Christmas Present, Dance Partner, Mac’s Family,  Christmas With Family  and Moe’s Christmas are available at all eBook vendors.

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2 thoughts on “Bio

  1. Hello, Ms. Steele: I long ago had a friend named Donna Steele, in the 1960s in Charlotte. You look too too young to be the Donna Steele who went to Hawthorne Jr. High with me, but I figured it worth an ask. Any chance?

    It looks as if you have a really successful writing career, which is impressive. Congratulations on that!

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