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Danielle Ackley-McPhail

The youngest of five children, Danielle Ackley-McPhail began devouring books at a very young age and eventually developed the talent for telling tales of her own. This love of the written word has followed her throughout her life.

She has shared her time and talent with various literary publications, including The Cantilever, the literary journal of Florida Southern College; The Grubstreet Writer, the literary journal of Kean College of NJ; and The Amazing Instant Novelist, an on-line writing area sponsored by America Online.

With Bachelors Degrees in both English and Communications from Kean College of NJ, she has worked in the publishing industry for the past eight years. She is currently employed as a Production Manager for Random House.

With Yesterday's Dreams, her first novel, she explores the rich mythology of her Celtic heritage and her own longtime fascination with fantasy. Danielle lives in New York with Mike, her husband of ten year, mother-in-law Teresa, and four extremely spoiled cats.

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Yesterday's Dreams, August 2006
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No Longer Dreams, June 2005
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