Danielle Thorne is the author of contemporary and historical novels. A published poet and short story
writer, other work has appeared in print and online magazines including The Nantahala Review, StorySouth, Mississippi Crow and more. She won an Honorable Mention in the 2006 Writer's Digest annual writing competition, the 2008 Awe-struck Short Novel Contest and the 2009 Classic
Romance Revival Work-in-Progress contest. Danielle currently writes from south of Atlanta, Georgia, where she lives with her husband and four children. Together they enjoy travel and the outdoors, high school Band competition and BSA Scouting.
Southern Girl, Yankee Roots (Poetry Volume)
A bi-product of a first marriage, she never forgot her Yankee heritage, even as the beauty of the South shaped and influenced her paths.
This collection of poetry is a chapterbook of a puzzled thirty-something year-old finding her way through the mire of family roots and tradition, as well as motherhood and the society of the South.
These life songs are at times, frank, but they include the beautiful and enlightening moments we all experience no matter where our feet must wander.