I am a journalist and a royal author.
For many years I was a royal reporter, mainly following Denmark's Crown Prince Frederik around. During those years I learned that His Royal Highness is a nice chap burdened with a destiny he is finding difficult to shoulder.
I have written 3 books:
My first one, "1015 Copenhagen K - Mary's Dysfundtional In-Laws" is the bestselling unauthorized biography of Crown Princess Mary and her Danish in-laws. When the book was first published Her Royal Highness spoke out in support of those book stores that refused to sell it.
"1015 Copenhagen K - Mary's Dysfunctional In-Laws" is available in English on Kindle.
My second book "The King and Queen of Greeland" is a debate book about the Danish monarchy. It was only published in Danish and is out of print.
My third book is my royal novel QUEEN OF DECEPTION. It was published in Denmark in 2012 to much critical acclaim.
It has just been translated into English and is available here on Smashwords.
What do you read for pleasure?
Mostly medical thrillers. I have huge interest in how the pharmaceutical business works because my husband was severely injured by a vaccine produced by vaccine-manufacturer Sanofi Pasteur. And as I have experienced, all fiction is based on true stories and characters, so I learn a lot from reading these thrillers. And, of course, anything royal.
What is your e-reading device of choice?
I love my Kindle app on my ipod. It's so neat to have in your hand when you are in bed at night.
Queen of Deception is the first novel by Danish royal author Trine Villemann. It’s a scandalous tale which focuses on the death bed regrets of the Queen of a small northern European kingdom, as well as the self destructive escapades of the country’s Crown Prince Franz.
Queen of Deception offers a glimpse of life behind Palace walls, where sex, duty and royalty makes for an explosive cocktail.