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Stefan Lindqvist
2015-08-01 10:05:36
Hi Anna!
I read about you in Dagens Industri, pretty cool with a Swede writing fiction in English. If I only have time for one of your books, which one would you suggest? (I'm Swedish, by the way but prefer to read in English whenever possible).
Debbie Spence
2015-03-28 01:12:51
Once again I savored each word you wrote in this book and every other book. Anna your writing talent is beyond words. The characters come to life when they have to concur the trials they face living in this era. Still looking forward to your next book of the Grahams, but read your brief clip from your new book "In the Shadow of the Storm". Looks good!!
Thank you so much, Debbie! And yes, In the Shadow of the Storm is quite the read, but I do believe Alex and Matthew are up to something again...
Ruth Robin
2015-01-08 05:21:49
I can't believe that I was the last person to write here! And, I had never checked back for a response from you, so that was a great gift!
Well, I tried to hold off as long as possible. I knew as soon as I opened Whither Thou Goest, it would be a matter of a VERY short time, & it would be only a fond memory. That's exactly what happened. Now, I have to choice but to wait until March, when the process will start all over again.
I have got to say, though, it is a little difficult to imagine not having another episode of Alex & Matthew's adventures to look forward to after that...I know, time goes on, all things change, etc. and they do have bunches of progeny to develop their own lives & stories. Is it possible to be in love with fictional characters? It would appear so....
May the year ahead keep you & yours healthy & bring you joy & contentment. Thank you for the joy you bring me & others with your talent!
Thank you for your kind wishes & words Ruth!
And who knows what will happen after book eight - I'm having withdrawal symptoms...
Ruth Robin
2014-10-03 22:00:16
Thank you for your delightful books, all of which I have read, one after another, in order, with amazing speed! The characters you paint just jump off of the page, & I feel I know them! When the Graham family became as large as it did, one of my thoughts was, cool, more characters for the Saga! Very much looking forward to Whither Thou Goest, & whatever else you grace us with!
Thank you fo stopping by, Ruth - and for your heartwarming comment. Just what a writer needs to hear ;)
bahnfire freeman
2014-09-05 19:01:48
I have a dear friend/writer who comes to me for suggestions regarding his books. I can't stress to him enough the importance of character development. I may use your books as an example. I love falling in love with characters. I so enjoy your characters, their reactions, thoughts all straight out of the 1600's. Thank you so much for sharing your gift with us.
What a nice comment! And I am more than proud to have my books used as an example - I work hard on the character development!
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