I have always known that I love making up stories. As soon as it was possible, I was telling stories to my sisters and friends. I would make up great adventures for us to play and later on, I would write stories down. When I was a teenager, I started writing books. At the age of fifteen I had finished my first book series of five books. Those will never be published, though. I continued writing, but not until my early twenties, did I write something I seriously considered publishing. Now, at the age of 33, that's what I've done.
Being a great fan of fantasy in the style of Lord Of The Rings, Harry Potter, Anne Rice's Vampire Chronicles and The Matrix, this is the style I'm writing at the moment. I might later try out other genres.
I'm studying comparative literature and finished my bachelor degree, going for the Masters now. I've recently become mother of twins, a boy and a girl, and due to that work load, I'm currently not writing. But as soon as possible, I'll continue my newest work.
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The Master says...
by Louise Andersen
Price: $0.99 USD. 151840 words.
Published on October 24, 2012. Fiction.
Unreal becomes real as this action-adventure unfolds. Nanna sets out for a quiet vacation but finds herself involved in a story she couldn't have written any better herself. She soon finds herself to be the main character in what could have been a grand adventure if it hadn't been reality. A reunion with the beloved characters of the first book taking place in 2003, by our reckoning.
Daughter of the Light
by Louise Andersen
Price: $0.99 USD. 202100 words.
Published on September 23, 2012. Fiction.
A story of Light, Life & Magic. Of a changing world. A story of a young woman's life, the life of the wise, the powerful, the strong and the weak. The story of a playful cat, a wise lammasu, a very clever wizard, a story of love, tears, of loss and victory, learning and knowing.It is the adventure of good versus evil and those who see beyond that apparent reality. First of 5 books in the series.
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