Giselle V. Steele

Giselle V Steele, also known as GV Steele, is an author, photojournalist and naturopathic physician earning her doctorate from the National College of Naturopathic Medicine in 1998. She is also a trained Medical Qigong practitioner certified in 2001 by Qigong Master, Tianyou Hao of the Qigong And Human Life Research Foundation.
As a teen, Giselle attended both Leuzinger High School in Lawndale, California and Hawthorne High School, for summer classes, in Hawthorne, California. Hawthorne high school was also home to The Beach Boys in the 1960s.
Her love for writing began at the age of 12, encouraged by her teacher who noticed her talent as a writer in grade school. However, it was not until her years in medical college that her interest in writing was sparked once again. When preparing her doctoral dissertation on Psychoneuroimmunology, Giselle decided that writing was something she wanted to explore more in depth and she began to divide her time between her naturopathic studies, scientific research writing and photojournalism.
Personal life
Giselle is married and lives in the United states. She has a son, Damian Maurice. When her son Damian was 8 years old, he inspired one of her children's stories, entitled Nicholas and The Magical Wind. The story, which is based on a little boy who has trouble falling asleep at night, was meant to aid her son in his own experience with the problem.
Giselle is also the author of a number of other children's stories and articles, among them; A Snowdrop's Journey, Mutiny In The Body, The Unbearlike Bear and The Off-Limits Watermelon Patch. Her work has appeared in dozens of magazines across the U.S., including Wild Outdoor World, Falcon For Young Conservationists Magazine, Sea Frontiers, and Nature's Friend. She currently has four published books, two children's titles and two compilations of poetic works.
Her latest release, in March 2009, is entitled Cold Blue Flame. It is the follow-up title to The Wayfarer's Stone, Tales Of Twilight Dreams, which highlights her poetry and showcases her photography. Her first novel The Burning Of Grey, was released February 10, 2012.
External links
* Cold Blue Flame book trailer at YouTube
* Giselle V. Steele Official website
* RJ Blackstone interview
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