The Author

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Michelle Louring was born and raised in Denmark where she still lives, surrounded by her two big dogs, her cat and her owl. Yes, you read that right, her owl.

From a very young age, she loved reading and writing in Danish, but quickly fell in love with the more expressive English language when she was taught it in school. Now nearly all her books are in English and not even her to do-lists get written in Danish.

Besides writing, she has a great passion for falconry(hence the owl), archery and occasionally martial arts. She is also quite a geek as she enjoys comics, superhero movies and has been a gamer of World of Warcraft for 8 years.

Her first novel Resounding Echo was published in November 2011.

Follow Michelle Louring on:

Twitter: Follow @MLouring

Facebook: Michelle Louring on Facebook

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9 comments on “The Author

      • Falconry seems like a very cool hobby. About the learning to ignore the folks trying to get followers on the cheap. Good idea. I’ll have to try and learn how to do that. I guess it comes with the territory of having an online presence. I prefer knowing a few people that really actually care. A while back, I had a blog where I did just that. This go round is more difficult, for some reason. Luck, I guess.

    • It’s getting harder and harder to find the ones who are actually interested in proper interactions. Nowadays it’s all about numbers. Apparently people find it more important to have thousands of followers on paper, than having followers that care about what you have to say.
      It’s exhausting, I’ll give you that!

  1. I don’t know where it was, but on one of the comments you mentioned your owl friend keeping you awake with who-ing sounds. I had a very noisy neighbor–door slamming and all of that. Inexpensive ear plugs (36 decibel reducing) did the trick.

    • I would prefer to figure out WHY he’s doing it, since it’s been 6 months since the last time he had a night-hooting phase and back then I thought it was because of mating season. But now, since I have absolutely no idea, ear plugs might be the thing!
      But how do you hear your alarm clock? I’m already good at ignoring it as it is.

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