I was born in South Wales in the UK. I have travelled a lot in the course of my life, and we lived in Africa for nearly five years. I now live in Germany with my husband and two children.
Like most authors I have always loved writing and reading. I haunted the local miner's institute library from the day my mother allowed me to go there on my own, and my love of books has accompanied me throughout my life. My English teacher was always telling me to 'shorten your text, it's too long', so I think the love of writing has always been part of me! I now read all kinds of books and have numerous favourite authors in various genres that range from thrillers right through to social and historical novels. I am not fond of fantasy or science-fiction, but otherwise I'll read almost anything that looks interesting.
I've worked in third-world fishery progects, taught in language schools and had jobs in various publishing companies. I've written numerous books, had serials published in magazines, worked on the English supplement of a German magazine, published several short stories in various places, published some of my stories in German, and assisted with the translation of at least 15 books for tourist purposes and specialist books about dolls and toys over the course of several years. I also worked with the publisher of the German equivalent of Who's who in Germany, and the latest addition to my list is an audio CD of one of my already published book.
Writing is a solitary and time-consuming task and I am therefore extremely lucky that my husband is very understanding, has always encouraged me, and given me the time and space I need to write.
I've belonged to the Romantic Novalist Association for many years, and it is a very supportive and helpful organization for would-be authors, as well as the established ones. The New Writers Scheme is an excellent way to find out where your writing strengths and weaknesses are. It is not free, but it is much cheaper than employing a professional editor to read and summarize your work.
I also belong to the ALCS.
PUBLISHER / FC THORPE - Leicester
LINFORD ROMANCE LIBRARY
At the End of the Rainbow - June 2010 - ISBN 9781444801835
Reap the Whirlwind - May 2010 - ISBN 9781444801118
Where the Bluebells Grow Wild - July 2010 - ISBN 9781444802245
When Words Get in the Way - Sept 2010 - ISBN 9781444803778
Cottage in the Country - Oct 2010 - ISBN 9781444804157
Waiting for a Star to Fall - Jan 2011 - ISBN 978444805284
Swings and Roundabouts - Apr 2011 - ISBN 9781444806441
Knave of Diamonds - May 2011 - ISBN 9781444806335
Spades and Hearts - July 2011 - ISBN 9781444807400
Taking Steps - Jan 2012 - ISBN 9781444809213
I'll Be Waiting - Jan 2013 - ISBN 9781444809947
Hearts and Crafts - Mar 2013 - ISBN 9781444814699
The Heart Must Choose - Jul 2013 - ISBN 97814444816129
The House of Rodriguez - Nov 2014 - ISBN 9781444821895
Wild Frangipani - Feb 2015 - ISBN 97814444822984
True Colours - Mar 2015 - ISBN 97814448223356
A Summer in Tuscany - Sept 2015 - ISBN 9781444825510
Lost and Found - Oct 2015 - ISBN 9781444825862
Too Good to be True - Nov 2015 - 9781444826241
Uneasy Alliance - Nov 2016 - ISBN 9781444830569 & Audio CD ISBN 9781407967837
In Perfect Harmony - Dec 2016 - ISBN 9781444830897
The Inheritance - Sept 2017 - ISBN 978144483402
Discovering Love - Oct 2017 - ISBN 9781444834376
It's Never Too Late - Nov 2017 - ISBN 9781444834727
The Most Wonderful Time of the Year - Dec 2017 - ISBN 9781444835076
The Silver Lining - Jan 2018 - ISBN 9781444835441
The Pottery Project - Feb 2018 - ISBN 9781444835809
Something's Brewing - Oct 2018 - ISBN 9781444842579
Kindred Hearts - Dec 2019 - ISBN 9781444843279
Fleur de Corse - Jan 2020 - ISBN 9781444843989
Ulverscroft Large Print Books were formed in 1964 to tackle the difficulty of people who had problems in reading due to declining eyesight. Thus Large Print was born and Ulverscroft Publishing has always been its strongest supporter.
PUBLISHERS ROBERT HALE LTD
http:www.halebooks.com ISBN 9780709090755
(Today the company has changed hands.
It is now The Crosswood Press www.crowood.com).
Review by Katie Pullen, www.thebookbag.co.uk - July 2010
This easy-read escapist romance has all the right ingredients for any fan of this genre. Amy and Jason are great characters for a romance, similar in their personalities and both are very good looking, intelligent, and independent. They clearly find each other attractive from the start but both are determined that their marriage is a business arrangement and nothing else., but of course as the reader, we know different. Kremer's description of the Venezuelan jungle is vibrant and I really felt I was there alongside Amy and Jason dealing with the heat as well as the fauna and flora of the place. There are some great descriptions in this part of the novel adding exotic flavour and fun episodes too, which add a bit of humour ....
Review by Books Monthly, www.booksmonthly.co.uk - July 2010
I toyed with the idea of including this on the Crime and Thriller page, but really it is, in essence a romance. The coolness between Amy and Jake is fascinating and frustrating, and Amy's experiences are at times chilly. It is well written, and most enjoyable, with a highly satisfactory resolution.
Review from http.//readersfavorite.com - July 30, 2010
Filled with scenes of adventure and intrigue.
Amy and Jake have struck an unusual bargain which takes them from one adventure to another. Amy comes from England to America under false pretenses to live with Jake, an international buisinessman. They intend to pull off an inter-personal sham which will benefit them both. When Jake convinces his new bride to go to the Venezuelan jungle the careful plans of the couple go slightly askew. Neither is prepared for the adventures into which they have fallen and neither has the foggiest notion of what to do. Even those who shy away from romance novels will find Wendy Kremer's characters delightful and well-defined, such that the reader can genuinely get into the story. The book is filled with scenes of adventure, intrigue, confusion and romance and has something for just about every reader. No Matter What is a delightful first novel from this Welsh writer. This is a good read - something to put in the bag and take along wherever you go.
DC Thomson, Dundee, Scotland
- Numerous novellas for:
The People's Friend Pocket Novels
My Weekly Pocket Novels
Publications in languages other than English.
'No Matter What' was published in serial form in Norway, and Sweden in 2012 & 2014
In the Swedish/Finnish magazine ALLAS, Helingborg. The Swedish title was Til varje pris. January. March 2012.
In the Norwegian magazine NORSK UKEBLAD, Olso. The Norwegian title was Gift med en Fremmed. May-June 2014.
CORA VERLAG / ROMANA SERIES
Harper Collins Germany GmbH, HAMBURG
Under the pseudonym Anne Harris
They are still available in ebook form (in German).
Band 1896, June 7th 2011
Band 1878, Jan 2011
And there is one other, that is no longer on Cora's website.
Band 1941, April 24th 2012
'Am Palmenstrand der Sehnsucht'
Who's who in Germany and various translated books German/English
I have self-published several of my 'older' books on Amazon's Kindle platform. All of them are 'cheap' to purchase. From time to time I put one of them in for free!
At the End of the Rainbow - Nov 2011
A Cottage in the Country - Dec 2011
Where the Bluebells grow Wild - Dec 2011
Spades and Hearts - August 2012
Likely Prospects - August 2012
I'll be Waiting - Sept 2013
A Summer in Tuscany - Dec 2014
Living with Half-Lies - Mar 2015
Oh ... I've also enjoyed writing a couple of short stories for the Woman's Weekly's Annual.
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Always remember! 'The happiest of people don't necessarily have the best of everything; they just know how to make the most of everything they have.
HAPPY READING ALWAYS! - Wendy