Martin Kukk-Grønbjerg was born in 1989 in Estonia. He has Estonian citizenship but has a Danish father. Since at the time of Martin’s birth, His father was a diplomat they have moved around quite a bit (Estonia, Russia, Sweden and Denmark). Martin became an author as a result of the passing of his mother who died of cancer in 2006 after seven years of illness.


Who is Martin Kukk-Grønbjerg:

Martin Kukk-Grønbjerg is a friendly guy who he himself claims has no humor, debatable. He has a passion for learning and trying out new things. People might find him punctual. He appears at least one hour before the start of the meeting. He does not like time wasters, debatable. Martin Kukk-Grønbjerg would call himself a perfectionist. In his own words someone who strives towards perfection. On the other hand he is very understanding in most cases where he tries not to set the bar too high -as Martin would himself put it “All weaknesses can be compensated by other skills”.

Author's Comments

Boy seeing ghosts in the background:

He knows what he reads from the book, stays within the book and does not come outside. Yet it feels so real as if you could imagine being there.

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Author's Ideas

Woman reading horrifying book:

She is very engaged by the book. The events that keep happening keep her in suspense of both the good but also the evil she may find within the book. Characters who she has grown fond of throughout the book. Characters she likes and can relate to and yet fearful of what may come to happen to them as she keeps reading.

I chose this picture because it is a good illustration of the hardcover experience. It shows exactly what I mean with the aura.

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Author’s Plan

Me reading “True Story of Dracula” as I walk in the park on a sunny but cold November day:

The picture illustrates very well that one can get so engaged within the book that they choose to forget the world around them.

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Author's Questions

Somewhere dark and secret:

You know this place. It looks all too familiar. Where every path you take will lead you to the unknown.

Fear fills your heart because you know what will happen but you do not know what to do. On the other hand remaining frozen would be a wrong thing to do. Since you have no knowledge whether the thing you fear will pass or is it just a fragment of your imagination.

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