Anabelle Stehl

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Anabelle Stehl schreibt Romane, am liebsten im Bereich New Adult und Fantasy.
Sie wurde 1993 im Naheland geboren und studierte Germanistik und Anglistik in Leipzig. Es folgte ein Linguistikstudium im Süden Irlands, bevor sie nach Deutschland zurückkehrte. Beruflich verschlug es sie von der Buchmesse über einen Verlag zu einer Online-Marketing-Agentur, bevor sie sich im Online Marketing selbstständig machte.

Seit 2015 bloggt Anabelle außerdem unter dem Namen Stehlblüten über Bücher. In ihrer Freizeit trifft man Anabelle entweder in Cafés, Buchhandlungen, beim Videospielen auf Twitch oder beim Wandern in der Natur.

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BreakAway (BreakAway, #1)

3.81 avg rating — 561 ratings — published 2020 — 3 editions
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FadeAway (BreakAway, #2)

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The Name of the Wind by Patrick Rothfuss
“I wanted to tell her that she was the first beautiful thing I had seen in three years. That the sight of her yawning to the back of her hand was enought to drive the breath from me. How I sometimes lost the sense of her words in the sweet fluting of her voice. I wanted to say that if she were with me then somehow nothing could ever be wrong for me again.”
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“Words are pale shadows of forgotten names. As names have power, words have power. Words can light fires in the minds of men. Words can wring tears from the hardest hearts.”
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“Words are pale shadows of forgotten names. As names have power, words have power. Words can light fires in the minds of men. Words can wring tears from the hardest hearts.”
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Patrick Rothfuss
“I wanted to tell her that she was the first beautiful thing I had seen in three years. That the sight of her yawning to the back of her hand was enought to drive the breath from me. How I sometimes lost the sense of her words in the sweet fluting of her voice. I wanted to say that if she were with me then somehow nothing could ever be wrong for me again.”
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