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Women strong enough for love.

I write science fiction , paranormal and women’s fiction romance eBooks about women coming into their strength and having the courage to find and accept love.

As an empty nester with my beloved best friend and husband (who actually encourages this mad passion of mine) I write all the time – whether or not I have a pen or keyboard handy.

Ever since I learned to read—from Superman Comics, Dick, Jane and Sally held no appeal—I’ve wanted to write. The possibilities of science fiction have always drawn me and I’ve read them all. There just needed to be a little more romance in them. I finally got up the courage and I’m delighted that I’m able to share these stories with you.

My premiere novel, a science fiction romance – Rth Rising – was released on March 3, 2012 through Rebel Ink Press. My paranormal romance eBooks Learning Trust, and Wraith’s Heart are now available at all eBook sellers. Wraith’s Heart and Learning Trust are now also available in paperback through Amazon.

My small town romance novels – Homecoming, Welcome Home, Red Shoes, Nowhere for Christmas and Dance Partner are available at all eBook vendors.

My first series, a sci fi dystopian story - The Melting, Book One - The Infection was released in June, 2014.

I’m a member of Romance Writers of America, the Fantasy, Futuristic & Paranormal Chapter of RWA and the Heart of Carolina Romance Writers.

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Writing Medical Thrillers

By Donna Steele Why am I doing this in the FF&P area? Because science (and medical information) can take you anywhere and that’s where this bunch usually ends up – anywhere! And science can so easily lead to science fiction. Now this was a challenge. I’m not a doctor and have never played one on […]

Research Intimidation by Donna Steele

I have to admit I didn’t have to look far to do research for my latest work. Global warming information is in our faces right now and politics aside, something seems to be happening. I chose to go with an old virus in my civilization-ending story – it’s an entirely plausible theory, but what caught […]

   
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