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Hannah Warren was born in Paris (Fr.) in 1956 as a second child to a Dutch father and an English mother. She has lived in The Netherlands almost all her life but maintains strong ties with her own favourite triangle: France, UK and Holland.

Hannah studied Dutch literature and Mass Communication at the University of Amsterdam and later obtained a B.A. in English Literature and Language and a B.A. in Translation from Rotterdam University. After having been a lecturer and a translator for many years, she now works as a staff member at the International Office of HZ University of Applied Sciences in Vlissingen.

Her free-time is taken up by writing fiction and doing Yoga. She also likes going on long hikes while listening to audiobooks. After having been a single mum for nearly two decades, her three children have flown the nest. The great sadness that befell Hannah in March 2014 was the loss of her eldest child, daughter Joy, who died after an intense two-year struggle against bile duct cancer. Currently her second child, son Ivor, is fighting a brain tumour. Her whole life and the future of her children (-in-law) is totally upside down. Writing fiction is Hannah’s main outlet in her grief.

From the age of 8, Ms Warren has written poetry, novels and short stories but it took her over 50 years to become a published author. In the past four years she signed with two small Indie publishing houses, who released Hannah’s first two novels, a literary romance and a suspenseful family saga. She is currently writing the sequel to the second book and also a five-book series about five generations of daughters between 1876 and 2015. Hannah found her niche in writing fictional stories about strong women who lead challenging lives.

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Hannah Warren
The Cottage on the Border, #1

Jenna's earliest memory is of her mother's feet dangling in dust motes, her corpse hanging from a beam. When Jenna's own life falls apart, her earliest memory becomes her anchor; she too wants to be free. Vincent is Jenna's adopted brother, her psychiatrist, and perhaps her only friend. He takes her to the cottage for recovery, determined to rescue his sister from herself. The cottage awakens Jenna to the psychic world; the voices of the past and what happened on the border.

Casablanca, My Heart

Author Heather Simpson takes a cruise to Morocco where she meets Ghalib, a French-Moroccan aristocrat who seems to know everything about her and invites her into his home and into his heart. Once home, Heather faces a dilemma. Are we destined to meet the love of our life for only a fleeting moment, leaving us thinking, 'Did fate work so hard to bring us so little or is there more to come?'




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