Dallas, Texas, January 9, 2017 — DJ Steel’s new bestseller, Destiny’s Dream is dedicated to his cousin’s daughter, Destiny as well as naming the lead character after her.
Destiny's Dream is a truly terrific tale of daring and adventure, following the dreamscape of a young, wheelchair bound Destiny. It is only in her dreamscape that she is fully abled. In her dream world, she goes on a full throttle adventure to find her parents, who were killed in a car crash that left a two year old Destiny, disabled.
Destiny's Dream is a genuine rites of passage tale for the young and the young at heart. DJ has painted a terrific canvas and created a great and feisty heroine for those coming of age. This adventure features colorful characters whose help – and hindrance – show Destiny what really matters in life.
“Tapping into the world of dreams has enabled David to weave messages that many will ponder beyond the final page.” ~ Wendy Neilsen, Author of A is for Asking – a spiritual frolic through the alphabet.
D J Steel was born in Brisbane, Queensland, Australia. At the age of ten years old, his family moved to Papua New Guinea. The family moved once again to Queensland, Australia when he was a teenager. He spent five years in Charters Towers, an inland gold mining town, southwest of Townsville, Australia.
He attended James Cook University in Townsville, where he studied journalism and French. It was there he developed his interest in the Aboriginal tradition of storytelling and as a part Aboriginal, immersed himself in the culture of his extended tribe and the ancestry of his family.
Following his studies, he worked for the Murdoch Press daily newspaper in Townsville, The Bulletin. He worked in print media for fifteen years. During this time, his passion for storytelling grew, alongside his love of hiking.
During a stay with friends in the Southern Highlands of New South Wales, Australia, the spark of the story that was to become Destiny’s Dream germinated. In a village called Hill Top, the seed of his idea grew and the early drafts of Destiny’s’ Dream were written. On his return to Townsville, he worked and nurtured his idea and completed his first children’s novel with magnificent illustrations by Christopher Brunton.
DJ Steel is available for interviews.
Destiny’s Dream: A Young Girl’s Coming of Age is available on Amazon.com
Book preview: US: http://www.amazon.com/dp/B017L68840
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