Veronique Krüger, a nineteen year-old word addict, began her writing career at the age of twelve and has never looked back. She began with fantasy and has since expanded her interest to other genres such as historical fiction, literary fiction, mystery, romance, and adventure. In addition to novels, Krüger has also produced a great deal of poetry and prose.
The majority of themes around which her works revolve are deep, thought provoking, and often controversial. Through her writing she both lets us feel what she feels, and challenges us to delve into the depths of our own selves.
Her many travels and wide interests in history, science, language, culture, and medicine give her writing a unique zest and flavor of its own. With major influences such as JRR Tolkein, CS Lewis, Louisa Alcott, Arthur Conan Doyle, Alexandre Dumas, JM Barrie, and other like company, Krüger brings words to life and promises to keep on doing so for many years to come.
A few years ago, she self-published two works, one a full-length novel and the other a collection of poetry. She has opted to take these off the market for now; however, she will be releasing a more extensive book of poetry and prose later in 2011, so be sure to keep an eye out for Take Me There.