Margit Amundsen


Pop quiz: What do you do about a blind date from hell? About the blonde who flips her hair and makes a move for the guy you like? About the undergrads who, like wolves, track you down to complain about their grades?

Some reviews for Hannelore Takes Note:

"[L]ike talking to a girlfriend...lovely in [parts], funny everywhere else."

"[I]t was compelling, the characters were imaginative."

"[T]o each his own. This book wasn't for me." :o

"I really enjoyed this book and was laughing out loud at some of the antics..."

"The author did a really great job of writing with a snarky wit...The characters were well developed..."

Smashwords Interview

What book(s) are you reading?
I'm reading Adventure Time: The art of Ooo. I like AT quite a bit -- it's a blend of many things, and this book is informative. The actors who provide the voices have some nice insights into the characters.
Impossible bucket list item?
Ride a giraffe.
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Where to find Margit Amundsen online


Hannelore Takes Note
Price: $2.99 USD. Words: 39,690. Language: English. Published: November 20, 2012. Category: Fiction » Romance » Contemporary
What is a meat donut? What should you do about a fedora-wearing blind date? What makes a trampoline class dangerous? Is there such a thing as too much snark? Are French people funny? Join grad student Hannelore Riker on her adventures to find out.

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