So thrilled to finally share chapters 1-8 with you!

Thank you so much for showing an interest in my book; Amalie. I truly want to know what you think of the chapters, so please comment below. All feedback is more than appreciated (even if you hate it I’d love to know why). Download by clicking this link: Amalie – Chapters 1-8 If you use Wattpad, […]

For bloggers and bookbloggers

BLOGGER

WIN 3 SIGNED COPIES   Do you have a blog? Do you want to have a giveaway with 3 signed copies on your blog?    Here’s what you have to do: Step 1: 1. Write about Alexandra Winter and Amalie on you blog. 2. Include the link to http://www.alexandrawinterauthor.com in your text.  3. Include a […]

How to get through editing

How I structure my editing

Editing for me I just have to say it. I hate editing. But I love the result. So I know I have to do it. Why do I hate it? It makes me realize that the work of art I just wrote, is crap and needs… editing to become a work of art again. To […]

ARC (Advance readers Copy)

Advance Readers Copy (ARC) Advance Readers Copy (ARC) What is an ARC? An ARC is a free copy of a new book often given by a publisher to journalists, book-bloggers and so forth before the final result of the book is sent to print. The purpose of ARCs is to generate early buzz and reviews, […]

Main Character and style

Amalie is the main character in my upcoming book.  Let’s get to know her a little: Hi, I’m Amalie, the main character in Alexandras upcoming book and she asked me to share what I packed with me for my trip and why.  I have had some time to think about this trip, over five years to […]

Social media rules by Alexandra Winter

Top 5 Social Media rules

Think of it as a dinner party! I like to think of social media as a dinner party with friends that share one interest and are there to talk about it.  Some behavior is acceptable and will intrigue your friends, some behavior will make sure you’re not invited next time. The way I see it, there […]

Steering wheel of the Fiat 1100

From Norway to Portugal

The route The route was from Oslo, Norway to Porto, Portugal. 3284 km (2040 miles) The car: A Fiat 1100 from 1968, top speed downhill with heavy wind in our back with no gas or gear: 120 kph (74,5 mph) Googles estimated driving time: 33 hours. Actual driving hours: So much more than 33 hours. […]