’40 Poems At 40′ e-book now available for Pre-order!

After much hard work and dedication, I am happy to announce that the Kindle version of my forthcoming poetry collection, 40 Poems At 40, is now available for pre-order from Amazon! The paperback version will be available from 11.02.22, my 40th birthday πŸ™‚

For a sneak preview of what to expect from the book, take a look at these wonderful reviews:

Ingrid has written 40 beautiful poems. 40 beautiful poems in which one comes face to face with yearnings to change the world, biographical notes, questions about the birth of the universe, pain, and love.

Gabriela Marie Milton, Bestselling Author of ‘Woman: Splendor and Sorrow’

The work collected here is an expansive mirror: reflective, revealing there to be her children, her loves, her dreams, hopes, fears and doubts. The past and the present are multilayered here often; the future is here, too – it is unclear in the glass and raises questions. Questions and quests; the pool from which the author draws her word-music.

Nick Reeves, Author of the forthcoming Novel ‘WBHET’

These poems will take you not only to the depths of your mind and heart but also from the high sea to deep into the mountains, all over Europe and back within. From fictional characters given life to her painting her feels, world with words. She does this so vividly, lyrically and effortless that I was in awe.

Empress of Bookingham

I am so excited to have this publication ready to go to press! I hope it will find a place on your bookshelf and in your heart, as it has been nurtured in mine for quite some time.

In other news…

A reminder that I am offering you the opportunity to publish your book with EIF! Please see my post on this subject for further details.

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  1. Congratulations, Ingrid! This book will be a collection to look back on with each passing year after 40. I wonder how the meanings and reflections of the poems will change between now and then?? πŸ™‚

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