USA Todayreports Bestselling novelist Danielle Steel just reached a deal with New Line Home Entertainment for the film rights to 30 of her books (she's published more than 60 so far).
The films are expected to be exclusively for television and home video.
"People do like the film versions of things," Steel told The Associated Press on Thursday. "I thought this was a nice way to get my books back into the marketplace."
"Danielle Steel is one of the world's great literary brands, and New Line Home Entertainment is proud to be in business with such a cultural icon," Kevin Kasha, New Line Home Entertainment's senior vice president of acquisitions and programming, said in a statement.
Steel, 58, has published more than 60 books and her latest, Toxic Bachelors, just came out. She has another book due in February and has a line of perfume coming out next fall.
"And I'm starting a new book today," she said
Clearly, Ms. Steel has no concept of the word "fatigue." We're exhausted just thinking about her work schedule.