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  • Reply Marit October 30, 2016 at 7:11am

    Hello Ann Dee. I’m a girl from The Netherlands and i have to maken a book summary of “This is what i did”. I’m trying to find your date of birth on the internet but i can’t find it. It would be great if you react on this message and tell me the date. Or is it something you want the keep as a secret?


    • Reply Ann Dee Ellis November 4, 2016 at 1:32pm

      Hey Merit, I was born on December 20, 1977. Hope you liked the book!

  • Reply Victor Lee November 28, 2016 at 7:53pm

    I was writing a letter about your book “Everything is Fine” for a project. I was wondering if there was any way you could provide a sending address as that is required for the letter

  • Reply Sabrina Mossor May 10, 2017 at 7:02pm

    Hey! I just wanted to say how incredible of an author you are, I met you at a writing conference this past weekend and I binge read your other three books and have grown to love your books even more! Thank you for all that you do!

    • Reply anndeecanndee May 10, 2017 at 8:25pm

      You just made my week, Sabrina. Or maybe month. Year? Thank you so much for leaving a comment and letting me know.

  • Reply Sally Matal May 18, 2017 at 7:58am

    Hello! I’m writing a report in my psychology class on your book “Everything is Fine” and I wasn’t sure on the best way to contact you, but I don’t want to write the report based on assumptions! I wanted to know your connection if any to the characters and their personal situations, I also have questions about Mazzy’s mental state. I genuinely loved the book and was so surprised I hadn’t read it earlier!!! Thank you so much I look forward to hearing from you!

  • Reply luan May 26, 2017 at 3:53pm

    Dear Misses Ellis,

    I am Luan Weldam, I am fourteen years old and I am currently in 9th grade.
    I am from the Netherlands, that tiny little country overseas. I’m sure you heard about it, or maybe even been there once. I wanted to write you because I wanted to know more about your book; This is what I did.

    I chose your book, above all others, because I thought it had a little bit of a mysterious vibe going on. And I really liked that. I like mysterious books because then you want to read the book as fast as you can to discover the truth about what really happened. That’s why it didn’t took me long to finish the book. It took me about a day and a half to finish the book. It made me feel so bad for Logan. What he had to go through after what happened with him, Zyler and Zyler’s dad. Because no one wanted to have anything to do with him. Except Laurel. That’s why she was my favourite character of the book. Despite from what everyone thought or said about Logan, she was the only one who didn’t ignore him, she was kind to him when everyone else wasn’t. I mean, I can’t say that I don’t understand why everyone was ignoring Logan. Because of what they thought they knew about Logan. I get it, if I heard something about what he might had done, I would probably ignore Logan to, just as the others. And that’s why I would have told the truth way more earlier if I was Logan, so I could prevent all of the drama Logan had to go through. I liked the parts where Logan didn’t felt alone and ignored by everyone. Because I think nobody deserves to feel like they are alone. That’s why I didn’t really liked the parts where he was being bullied. The only problem that I had while I was reading the book, was that I didn’t knew what happened, and that made me sometimes a little bit confused. So maybe If you told that earlier in the book I may have been a little bit less confused. But I really liked the end because everything becomes clear when you told what really happened with Logan, Zyler and Zyler’s dad.

    I was a little bit curious, did you enjoy writhing this book? And are you really satisfied with the end result? I always wonder why and how authors pick their subjects? Do you just have a great idea and start writing, or do you have to think really hard to even get an idea to wright about? And my last question is, why would you wright it from Logan’s perspective, and not Bruce’s? Is it because you feel pity for Logan, so you want to place Bruce into a bad light, and turn him into a bad guy? Because if you wrote the story from Bruce’es perspective, I’m sure it would have been a whole other story with another ambiance.

    Well that was all for this book. I hope you will come soon with new books for me, because I really enjoyed reading this one. And if you do I want to wish you luck with writing, even though you might don’t even need my luck to write an amazing book. I really hope that I will get an answers to all my questions.

    Kind regards Luan Weldam

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