Monthly Archives: November 2014

Books About Houses

I suppose it’s no secret at this point that I love books about houses. I’ve always been fascinated by¬†‘the haunted house’: its walls with secrets and history etched into the wood, dark cellars with rodents and mystery, chests full of … Continue reading

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No Gossamer Wings

The faeries of UK and Ireland have had another renaissance over the last few years, especially in YA literature and TV. I love it! I am extremely fond of faeries, and books about faeries – almost as fond as I … Continue reading

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This Year’s Halloween Selection

I spent Halloween with my favorite Halloween-girl (and Belladonna partner), Liv Lingborn. We don’t have a longstanding Halloween tradition in Norway, its just the last decade that kids have begun to dress up to go “trick or treating” – so … Continue reading

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Lost and Found

When I wrote “Sugar Dragon”, my yet-to-be-published novel, I did a lot of research on abandoned houses. Nothing tickles the imagination quite like it: the old house with furniture and personal keepsakes intact. When I was a kid, we used … Continue reading

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