Tone Almhjell


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Tone Almhjell grew up in Kristiansund and Trøndelag. Today she lives in Oslo with her husband and children. She has a master's degree in English literature from the University of Oslo, and wrote thesis on Lord of the Rings by Tolkien. She also has a Master of Science Fiction from the University of Liverpool.

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Racing deadlines

Absolute silence around here. Sorry. It seems like I've been racing deadlines since... Hm. Can't remember when the clockwork suddenly wound up so tightly. August? September?

Aketur II

First to finish the translation, then edits, then more of same. I rush through routines and sandwiches with pbj and edits, and the weeks just slip by. But this one Sunday in January we managed to sneak in a trip to the park Read more of this blog post »
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Published on February 27, 2012 04:43
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“Out of old sweet habit, Lin stuck her hand in her left pocket, and that's when she found it.
"Oh, very clever," she whispered. "One point to Rufus of Rosenquist."
In her palm, she held her cardigan drawstring, still damp from the snow, still tied into a twice-bound knot. The troll-hunter signal for "I am here."
Lin tucked it back into her pocket, smiling to herself. Whatever happened she would not be alone.”
Tone Almhjell, The Twistrose Key

“She liked to keep the leaves simmering away on the stove, even though it made the tea so bitter, it was near undrinkable. She also liked to say that anyone with sense in their skull knew to sweeten life with at least three sugar cubes.”
Tone Almhjell, Thornghost
tags: humor, life, tea



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