March 24, 2017
Travel blog Dreaming in Arabic shares 5 book recommendations, including The Things We Said in Venice
Green reviewed on “The Review” by Emma.
My guest blog post followed by review of Green by Indy author Francis Guenette.
Connecting Women, an international group that holds monthly gatherings kicked off a new section on their website where they interview members. Author Kristin Anderson is interviewed here. Read interview here.
January 15, 2014: Dream Job Interview by Dream Job Diva
When I was about 9 years old, one of my classmates called me Mother Nature based on my tom-boyish demeanor and my enthusiastic enjoyment of the outdoors. Let’s just say I wasn’t pleased. Today, I view this off-handed remark as a prophetic compliment. read more
Articles November 2013
November 27, 2013: Santa Barbara Independent
Ten years ago, the novelist played saxophone. “Guess I’ve found new ways to channel my creativity,” laughed Kristin Anderson, on the phone from her home in The Hague remembering her days as the horn section of early 2000s S.B. folk-pop duo Antara & Delilah. But this week, Anderson steps out of band lineups and embraces the tentative headlights of authorial fame, when her novel Green, an eco-romance, is officially “released” in downloadable form on Amazon. read more
November 7, 2013: Santa Ynez Valley News
“Green,” a contemporary novel with a love story and environmental activism central to the plot, introduces the timely new genre of “eco-romance.” It is a contemporary tale of opposites attract. read more
November 9, 2013: Book review by Zestee.com
Kristin really hits a nerve with me – and no doubt many others – as she weaves through the modern daily dilemmas of how we choose to live and the effect on our environment, and in this case the effect on Ellie and Jake’s relationship. read more
Radio November 2013
November 12, 2013: Interview on Dutch Buzz Radio
Author Kristin Anderson is interviewed by Lily-Anne Stroobach, with a focus on the environmental message of her debut novel Green, and what real life events brought the idea to fruition. Listen here, starting at minute 11
(Interview starts around the 11 minutes, 10 seconds into broadcast)