Constance Bell Lindgreen
Constance Lindgreen has been scribbling — stories, poems and three as-yet unpublished novels — and reading everything she could get her hands on since the age of six. The most frequently-read authors on her shelves include Tolstoy, Turgenev, Willa Cather, Edith Wharton, Shakespeare, Trollope, Proust, Henry James and Homer. After a more than 30-year international career in IT which took her from her native United States to England and Denmark, she and her husband retired to France. Her first published short story, "A Restaurant in Venice," is available in Kindle format in "The Best. Winners and Runners Up from the International Club of Bordeaux's 1st Annual Short Story Competition" issued in mid-2015.
Her short story, "A Case in Point,"was scheduled for publication by the Gascony Writers' Anthology in June, 2016.
She is the leader/facilitator of the Crossroads Writers Group in Fontainebleau and when not writing, can be found struggling with Chopin and Schubert, cooking, playing tennis, making pottery or gardening.
A confirmed expat, she is passably fluent in Danish and French.