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Annelie Wendeberg

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Annelie Wendeberg is a scientist and the author of the award-winning Anna Kronberg series that has been as high as #15 on Amazon and #3 on B&N. Publishers in five countries have purchased the rights to her books.

When she’s not writing about kick-ass heroines who live disguised as men, about girls who jump from airplanes and blow up the global satellite network, and death falling in love, Annelie is herding goats and making cheese.

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Annelie Wendeberg Hi Maritza,
thank you for the questions! Doyle wrote that Moran will be caught by Holmes in London, and I won't mess with that. Moriarty is dead as a…more
Hi Maritza,
thank you for the questions! Doyle wrote that Moran will be caught by Holmes in London, and I won't mess with that. Moriarty is dead as a doornail, as far as I know.
I'm not sure if Holmes would follow Anna to America. Holmes is not a guy who would travel across the Atlantic to see a women, so I guess that's out of the question. When the next book will be published...I'm not sure, either. Anna and her daughter keep niggling at the back of my head, but so far, there's no plot and no murder victim.
Well, maybe one or two :)(less)
Annelie Wendeberg So far no "block" here, only times when writing is a bit slow and it feels as if I have to force the words out. But the creatives juices begin to flow…moreSo far no "block" here, only times when writing is a bit slow and it feels as if I have to force the words out. But the creatives juices begin to flow when I work more with my hands - gardening, chicken coop cleaning, weaving, dying wool, slapping clay plaster on the walls of our house, building a greenhouse.
I guess the trick is not to focus on the problem, but what's on the other side.(less)
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“They were a well-mixed bunch of men whose mental sharpness ranged from that of a butter knife to an overripe plum.”
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“I could observe men and women in their roles while adopting the one or the other disguise and entering either world of social restrictions and behaviours. Sometimes I felt the insane urge to tell them all to cross-dress. How would the world change? I wondered, and laughed at the silly thought.”
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message 5: by Zoë

Zoë Sharp Thanks for the book recommendation, Annelie. It will join my tottering TBR pile ... :)


Annelie Wendeberg The Devil's Grin is now on sale for only 0.99$ on Amazon and Smashwords.
The Devil's Grin by Annelie Wendeberg


message 3: by Zoë

Zoë Sharp Hi Annelie

Thank you for the book recommendation. I haven't read any of Nancy DeMarco's work, so I'll look out for FINDING SARA :)


Annelie Wendeberg Hi Zoe,
writing is always great (meaning that I love it!). I have been so lazy with my goodreads account, mainly because I can't post my (yet unpublished) writing here without giving away the copy right. But maybe I didn't understand the page at all?
You are a self-employed author?
Cheers
Annelie


message 1: by Zoë

Zoë Sharp Hi AE

Thank you for Friending me. What a great way to come up with a pen name for yourself. How's the writing going?


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