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Antoinette van Heugten
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Here's a small segment of my interview with Bob Edwards discussing some of the research I did for The Tulip Eaters. Give it a listen!
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"I would highly recommend this book to all those who are interested in WWII and mysteries!" Great review for The Tulip Eaters!
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Getting a novel published is a long and involved affair. Here are some myths and realities on the process that I wrote for K.M. Weiland's website.
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"Antoinette makes it so easy for me to enjoy historical fiction through this story, with her easy to read writing style." Praise for The Tulip Eaters!
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Curious about what I do during those horrible days of writer’s block? I put on my dreaded, beloved pink bathrobe.
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It’s true all writers are at least a little crazy. Sometimes that makes us a bit hard to live with.
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"THE TULIP EATERS is able to take what is a difficult time in history (the Dutch resistance) and combine it with a terrible chapter in a mother's life. Can peace be found for Nora in her quest for truth? Find out in this dramatic novel that will keep you turning the pages until the surprising conclusion."
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These are documents of commendation from the Dutch government for my parents actions during the War. When my father came to America he used these documents as part of his dossier given to immigration and also sent them out to possible future employers.
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"This book started off fast and hooked me from the very beginning. I love how the story line went from things that happened from past to present and how they all tied together in the end." Great review for The Tulip Eaters!
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Rearing my head briefly from my de-digitalized state (which has been a fabulous experience, I might add), I empathize with the author of this article. I ain't in love with gadgets anymore. I miss the kick it used to give me, but I don't get teenaged crushes anymore either, and I don't miss them!
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