Andrea Heiberg
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Who I am:
Please see about me here:
Please read about my published work and me on Salt Publishing:
Please enjoy this review:
And please contact me on Facebook, the Andrea Heiberg from Denmark.
Connect with me online! My site, blog, or Twitter handle are:
Books I've written, anthologies I've contributed to, and any scripts or plays I've authored:
"Kulsoen" a script in Danish published by "Drama"
"Next Stop: Sejer Island" a short story collection, Salt Publishing.
My writing is:
Fiction, Nonfiction, Poetry, Memoir
I found out about She Writes from:
Can't remember


This year my collection of short stories, "Next Stop: Sejer Island" was released. Well, it's a wonderful experience to be a Dane and have your work published in the UK.

Salt Publishing gave me a chance and I hope that you are someone who needs to read a good short story.

I've also written a travel essay in English describing people and cultures along the 800 kilometres pilgrim trail, the Camino, in Spain. Hopefully this book will be available next year.

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At 2:14pm on October 14, 2012, Patricia A. McGoldrick said…

How great to hear from you at this wonderful site, Andrea!

At 1:09pm on October 10, 2012, Cara Lopez Lee said…

Thanks for your interest in my blog, Andrea! You can follow GirlsTrekToo here: . I just requested to follow your blog, Poetic Bloomings! :)

At 10:54am on October 10, 2012, Edith O Nuallain said…

Hi Andrea, I just clicked to follow your wonderful blog. I shall be following with interest! A couple of years ago I signed up for a distance learning course on writing poetry and have been meaning to return to it and complete the course. Maybe now that I shall be receiving updates from your poetry blog I might be more inclined to Just Do It. BTW I love Ted Kooser's book too! Great review. :-)

At 4:58pm on April 24, 2012, Rebecca Lane Beittel said…

I haven't been on SheWrites much lately.  Been busy doing my own "thang" I suppose.  I'm curious as to what my SheWrites friends are up to, writing-wise, though.  Right now, I'm waiting to hear back from 2 agents who have requested my full manuscript of The Time Minders.  I'm still working on Kingdoms of Blood & Magic, but not as diligently as I should, since I've been querying/submitting for the TTM, doing scads of tutoring at my daughters' school and work for our church's youth group.  How about YOU? 

At 8:36am on March 7, 2012, Tawdra Kandle said…

Andrea, I would like to share your poem and of course credit you--do you have an author Facebook page that I could link to draw more attention to your work? Let me know and thank you!

At 12:04pm on March 5, 2012, Sarah Baughman said…

Thanks for the friend request, Andrea! Glad to see you on SheWrites.

At 1:07pm on February 1, 2012, Kat Ward said…

I'll take it! Thank you. Have a great day.

At 10:29pm on January 31, 2012, Kat Ward said…

I look forward to reading Next Stop: Sejer Island. Love the Salt Publishing website; very cool.

At 10:04am on December 29, 2011, Nancy Hinchliff said…

Thanks, Andrea....about the recipes.

At 12:09pm on December 21, 2011, Regina Y. Swint said…

Thank you for hosting a wonderful chat today!  It was awesome.  I too, love the positive energy and information that is shared.  Sorry that my Internet connection was bad towards the end.  I enjoyed the chat very much!  And thank you to Amy, too.  Merry Christmas to you!



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