Author Archives: Hannah Steenbock

About Hannah Steenbock

Hannah Steenbock is an author, dreamer, and coach. She has published several short stories in English and German, as well as one novel in German. In 2013 she started self-publishing her work. In 2014, she has won two awards for her short story "Sequoia".

Some Fall Thoughts

Today, I’m sharing some cranes with you. I just took their picture as they were circling above my home town. They are moving south, preparing for winter. In fact, I think they are a little late. I tend to prepare … Continue reading

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Changing Things Around

So you may have noticed something about this site – it no longer opens on the blog. I did that on purpose. Yes, indeed. Because, my friends, I’m getting serious about my newsletter. And I want visitors to know that … Continue reading

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Changing out of a Bipolar Writing Habit

Today, I want to talk about a rather big change in my life. One that’s providing structure and happiness, in more ways than I expected. You see, I finally decided to use my EFT knowledge and experience to get myself … Continue reading

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Review: The Coming Storm, by Valerie Douglas

It all began on Facebook. I don’t even remember who started the thread. We were talking about horses in real life, and horses in stories, and Valerie mentioned Smoke, a horse in one of her stories. A stubborn gelding with … Continue reading

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Borderline – a Cloud Lands Short Story

Well, “Borderline” is up on Amazon and all the other other vendors. And in addition, you can sign up to my newsletter and download it for free as a gift. But what is it all about? I wrote the tale … Continue reading

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Status Quo, March 24th, 2018

I have no real news. I’m writing. Mostly a little every day, mostly for snarky Joanna stories (i.e. with explicit bed scenes). Would you like to see one? I’m waiting for a cover. Once that’s done, I will have news … Continue reading

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Flash Fiction: Storming the Castle

Another quick Flash Fiction story, inspired by three words: “Comfort, Computer, Castle”. Check out what my brain came up with: *************************** It was now or never. Ragnar was the first to climb the ladder they had leaned against the high … Continue reading

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Flash Fiction: “Dad’s Helping Hand”

I wrote this last week, but it’s the perfect Halloween story. Enjoy! ********************** Leonie decided to go to her father’s grave, to ask for his help. She always did that when stuck in a difficult spot, and it was almost … Continue reading

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Finale for Harp and Voice – a teaser

Today, I’d like to offer you a couple of paragraphs of my short story “Finale for Harp and Voice”. It’s part of my short story collection “Here be Dragons”. It was first printed in its German incarnation in a little … Continue reading

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How to Find your Title

So yesterday, I finished writing a little short story. It takes place in the Cloud Lands Saga world, and is about a side character. In fact, it’s a little adventure in his youth, which does help to understand how he … Continue reading

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