If you love Pride and Prejudice, pirates, sitting on the beach, homemade cookies, Mexican food, holidays, Pinterest, antiques, small children, cats, dogs or long naps… we should be friends.
I'm a romantic and my own worse critic; a left-handed, dry humored, quirky wallflower with a serious bucket list that includes traveling wherever and whenever I can and trying new things, even if they scare me. I coupon, I cruise, I shop consignment stores and am addicted to Chick-fil-A. Hobbies are occasionally gardening which I suck at, crafting which I suck at, and running which is touch and go. I like to hike and scuba dive. I love the mountains and the sea. I believe in a loving, patient, and forgiving God, and that I have a brother, Jesus Christ, who paid for my mistakes so I could learn and progress. I love people and care about others around me deeply. Life for me has been an incredible journey of family, friends, people, places, and discovering things both old and new. I'm a writer, but I'm also a friend, a sister, a daughter, an aunt, a mother, a wife, and much more.
Danielle Thorne writes from south of Atlanta, Georgia. She is the author of sweet romantic adventure books, both historical and contemporary. Danielle has published poetry and short fiction as well as novels.
Other work has appeared with Espresso Fiction, Every Day Fiction, Arts and Prose Magazine, Mississippi Crow, The Nantahala Review, StorySouth, Bookideas, The Mid-West Review and more. She was the 2009-2010 Co-Chair for the New Voices Competition for young writers and is active with several online author groups.
Danielle is a former editor for Solstice and Desert Breeze Publishing. Her growing blog, The Balanced Writer, focuses on life and the pursuit of peace and happiness. Her first non-fiction release, Andrew Jackson, is coming soon, January 2017, with Atlantic Publishing. Currently, she is a freelance copywriter and working on her next piece of fiction, A Pirate at Pembroke.