You could have fun with a project like this without being so brazenly dismissive of an entire genre.
The Stephen King article that this was based on was done in good fun.
In her 57th bestselling novel, Danielle Steel brilliantly chronicles the roller-coaster ride of dating the second time around—and tells a captivating story of the surprises one woman encounters when she’s thrust into the terrifying, exhilarating world of the Dating Game. With two grown children and a lovely home in Connecticut, Paris was happy with her marriage, her family, her life. It was time to move—as far away as possible, just after Peter remarried.
So when her husband of twenty-four years said they needed to talk, Paris couldn’t imagine what he was about to say. Just like that, the husband she adored had dumped her for a younger woman. Then the excruciating attempts by well-meaning friends to fix her up with men who paled in comparison to Peter. Finally, Paris realized she was in a fight for her very survival. In a poignant, wickedly funny novel about getting dumped and getting over it, about tackling life with both courage and laughter, Danielle Steel explores what it means to start over, whether you wanted to or not, and finding something better than you had before.
Or maybe you're just curious as to why Grammy liked her books so much, and demanded her coffin be filled with them when she was buried. Still, for the late-comer, choosing your first Steel is a daunting task. I feel like I've really come to understand Steel and her work because of it. He is the author of ' Kanye West—Reanimator.' His short fiction has appeared in Zetetic, Motherboard, Vol.
But when Marie-Ange is only 11, a tragic accident marks the end of her idyllic life.Orphaned now, and alone, she is sent to America, to live with her great-aunt on a farm in Iowa.