Danielle Renee Wallace

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Danielle Renee Wallace is a teenage author, born in Washington state. She established a large love for reading during her elementary school years and a strong love for writing while in middle school. At fourteen, she published her first book.
Danielle's father spent about one year of his boyhood in Wilsonville Nebraska, the town in which her story, Lydia Arlington and the Aquarian Mystery, takes place. She currently lives in Texas with her parents and two older brothers.
Aside from writing, Danielle loves to hang out with her family and friends, as well as draw, paint, garden, and cook.

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“Years ago, when I was watching her work at Doctor Layton’s clinic, Mother taught me you were never truly healthy unless you learned to forgive.”
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