Linni Ingemundsen

Linni Ingemundsen

  • 4 stars across 2 books
Linni Ingemundsen is from Norway, though she has lived in three different countries and will never be done exploring the world. She has worked as a dishwasher in Australia, a volunteer journalist in Tanzania and has had approximately 2.5 near-death experiences. Still, what truly inspires her writing is her background growing up in a village on the south-western coast of Norway. She does not know how to draw but is somehow a freelance cartoonist. Some of her favourite things in life include chocolate, free Wi-Fi and her yellow typewriter.
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