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Audiobook Giveaway Heart Failure

  [edited to add: The giveaway is closed and the winners have been notified.] To celebrate the recent release of the audiobook version of Heart Failure, I’m giving away five audiobook codes: Three on this page and two for newsletter subscribers. To enter, leave a comment on this page until the end of April 30th, 2020 and / or subscribe to my newsletter for a second chance to win. (Don’t worry if it takes a while until your comment appears. I have to approve them first so that the spam bots have no chance.) Everyone can participate, but you need to …

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Giveaway winners

I was overwhelmed by the number of people who entered the giveaway and left wonderful comments. I learned about a few medical romances that I need to read soon. The winner was chosen by my wife. Congratulations, Sue H, you won a signed paperback. But I couldn’t let all these cute little papers go to waste, so I decided to draw two additional winners of an ebook. Congratulations, Marcey and Carol, you won an ebook. If you don’t want to miss similar giveaways or learn about upcoming releases, subscribe to my newsletter.

Writing my first novel

This post is part of the WLW Author Blog Hop Series entitled Writing my first novel. Irregular Heartbeat is my first published novel. It’s also the first novel I’ve finished writing. It’s by far not the first novel I’ve ever started writing or plotting.  What makes it different? I have no idea. Maybe the storyline appealed to me more than the others (but can you really compare your kids?), maybe I picked up tenacity as a skill somewhere in the last decades.  Since I can remember, I’ve loved to imagine storylines. In my head, I’ve created interesting characters, acted out …

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Finding Ms. Write – Blog Tour 2016

This post was previously published on June 24th, 2016. Hi, welcome to the “Finding Ms. Write” blog tour.   May 2016, my partner and I visited Iceland, which had been in the top five of my travel list for years. We traveled in a VW camper and drove along the ring road with plenty of detours through a scenery of deceptively bleak landscape. In Germany, spring had just started; grass and flowers were multiplying daily, and the trees showed all shades of green you can imagine. In comparison, Iceland looked like the black volcanic ash plain Mordor from The Lord …

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