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Denna Holm
Denna Holm
  • Country: USA
  • Books: 6
  • Profession: Author
  • Born: 27 April
  • Member Since: Jul 2018
  • Profile Views: 5,155
  • Followers: 28
  • Writing:

    Paranormal Romance Science Fiction Fantasy
BIOGRAPHY

Denna Holm is a retired dressage trainer who has shown to the FEI level and has earned her USDF bronze and silver medals. She and her husband Lee make their home in the beautiful state of Oregon with their two dogs and three cats. They like to spend the summers at the mountain lakes, hiking, fishing and camping with their children and grandchildren.

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House of Pain (The Forsaken Ones Book 1)

Publish Date: Sep 22, 2018

Genre: Paranormal Romance, Fantasy

avg rating5 - 5 reviews on Amazon

Denna Holm's Books

House of Pain (The Forsaken Ones Book 1)

House of Pain (The Forsaken Ones Book 1)

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Publication Date: Sep 22, 2018

Paranormal Romance, Fantasy

5 (5 ratings)

Soul of a Warrior (Immortal Warriors Book 1)

Soul of a Warrior (Immortal Warriors Book 1)

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Publication Date: Aug 30, 2016

Paranormal Romance, Science Fiction, Fantasy

4.3 (49 ratings)

Ghost Warrior (Immortal Warriors Book 2)

Ghost Warrior (Immortal Warriors Book 2)

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Publication Date: Aug 31, 2017

Paranormal Romance, Science Fiction, Fantasy

4.5 (9 ratings)

A Warrior's Nightmare (Immortal Warriors Book 3)

A Warrior's Nightmare (Immortal Warriors Book 3)

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Publication Date: Jun 12, 2018

Paranormal Romance, Fantasy

4.1 (7 ratings)

Claimed by Nicolai (Raiden Warriors Book 1)

Claimed by Nicolai (Raiden Warriors Book 1)

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Publication Date: Apr 22, 2019

Paranormal Romance, Romance, Science Fiction, Fantasy

4 (3 ratings)

Dark Warrior

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Publication Date: Apr 19, 2017

Paranormal Romance, Fantasy

3.9 (37 ratings)

Denna Holm Interview

  • On 20, 03 2019

    Denna Holm interview

    Denna Holm always wanted to be a writer. As a voracious reader, she has always been interested in trying to write but time was an issue. Since she loves reading science fiction and paranormal romance, it only seemed natural to try to write it. As a kid, she was involved with western riding and gaming, but the extra discipline needed for dressage had always appealed... read full interview

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    • allauthor 1 monthAllauthor
    • When you were young, did you ever see writing as a career or full-time profession?
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      • dennholm 1 month AuthorAuthor
      • No, not really, but I was always interested. I've been reading my whole life. My first love was in training horses, but when an accident forced me to retire, I came back to my second love, reading and writing.
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    • allauthor 1 monthAllauthor
    • Have you ever experienced "Writer's Block"? Any tips you would like to share to overcome it?
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      • dennholm 1 month AuthorAuthor
      • Yes. It depends on what type of block. If I'm stuck in a story, as in written myself into a corner, then I probably just need to back off for a while and rethink it. Sometimes this takes months. I'll usually work on something else, knowing my brain is still working on the previous problem. If I'm just stuck for words, period, then I'll sit and look out the window, study the scenery, and start writing description, which can help bring about emotions, senses. I just need a way to get the words flowing again. I prefer writing novels, but if I'm really stuck, I'll shift to short stories or flash fiction. They are a good way to help remind me to tighten my wording anyway.
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    • allauthor 1 monthAllauthor
    • Do you read your book reviews? How do you deal with bad or good ones?
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      • dennholm 1 month AuthorAuthor
      • Yes, I read every single one, good or bad. Of course we need the positive feedback or why keep trying to write. The negative feedback can be trickier to deal with. Sometimes there is a grain of truth in what is being said and we can learn from it for our next story. Sometimes, we just get a reader who can't connect with our characters and story and I know there's nothing I could have done to make it happen. You just have to learn to let it go. I know I won't please every reader. It makes accepting the negative feedback easier.
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