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More About the Author
A knack for writing (along with a healthy lifelong dose of ongoing daydreaming and imagination) gained Ann employment consisting of writing newsletters and advertising for several businesses.
Forever writing unshared stories, it wasn't until her twins were raised and with children of their own, did Ann finally find time to get truly serious about her stories. Finding the courage to share her secret writings with a couple of friends and a few family members, Ann M. captured the encouragement to complete her first novel, Dog Island. Her writing drew the attention of CFA Publishing and has won the Noveltunity® book club readers award.
Ann is currently working on her second novel: The Caregiver.
Top Customer Reviews
Do you know how much I loved this book? I was in Kenya when I started reading it, and I couldn't put it down. How many times have you kept your nose in a book when you were in a foreign country with a million other things to do? Seriously, I couldn't put this book down.
Not only did the plot and the characters keep me riveted, but the descriptions took me right to that place in the Northwoods.
Wonderful, wonderful, wonderful. Ann, I cannot wait to read what you come up with next.
Ann M. Andrashie made more work for herself by putting herself in the head of a 12-year-old girl who’s a misfit. It gets more complicated because our young heroine has to cope with the supernatural, is whisked away to a new and strange home and then puts herself at risk for the sake of saving a dog.
Quite a mix but it all eases together and flows through a gripping sequence of events. It’s got a bit of fairy tale and a bit of witchiepoo. Lots of fun mixed with “how the hell is the writer going to wrap up all this?” She does – wonderfully.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I loved this book.I love stories of rescued dogs. I have vacationed in the Bayfield area a lot. So when I read this I just added a little imagination and I'm pretty sure I know... Read morePublished on September 2, 2013 by Mary KK
I wasn't sure if this book would really be for me, but the moment I started reading I couldn't stop. Thank you Ann for making a book I'm proud to have in my collection.Published on August 29, 2013 by Josh Winchell
I have just started reading this story, but I have to say that feels real. I like the references to places that I have just recently visited and can not wait to keep reading. Read morePublished on August 16, 2013 by D. Dizmang
A wonderful and lovely book about growing up in a much simpler time. Ann has a way with words that bring you the reader back to the days when life was simpler and things were much... Read morePublished on August 2, 2013 by mbt
This is an extremely well written book. I love to read and it makes me extremely happy to find a book that invokes these kind of feelings. Great job Ann.Published on July 22, 2013 by Pinkie E Wood