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New author from Germany. First time to post

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Hello everybody,

thank you for registration me to the Kindle board. I am glad to be here.

My name is Manu Wirtz, born in 1959. I´m living in the west of Germany, in the romantic landscape of the volcanic Eifel. My Profession is graphic-design and I´ve worked for many years in marketing and advertising.

In addition to my profession, I write cat-crime novels since 2009. Up to now 3 novels and a short stories have been published in Germany. I´m living with my husband and cat Jule on an idyllic horse stud in Western Germany. For more information see

Today I want to introduce my first self-published Ebook in English: Schrödinger's cat

Story: Schrödinger's cat is a thought experiment, sometimes described as a paradox, devised by Austrian physicist Erwin Schrödinger. The scenario presents a cat that might be alive or dead, depending on an earlier random event.
In this short-story now I have imagined the prehistory and development, which ended into a physical experiment. With Lily, Schrödinger's cat.

You can download the Ebook on Amazon for only $1.19.
See my new Ebook:
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Greetings, Manu, and welcome to KB.  Glad to have you joining our forum.  Wishing you every success with your debut book.  The concept sounds intriguing.

Dan --
Hi Manu,

Welcome to the boards!  Nice to meet you.  Congrats on your new book.  Nice cover.  Enjoy the community! 

Thank you very much Daniel and Lee,
I´ve designed the cover by myself and I´m proud of it. The Ebook was published on 1th January. It was the first time of publishing with Amazon KDP.
Welcome Manu.
Glad you found your way to the KB.
Hope you find friends here.
Guten tag, Manu!!  8) Hope you do well with your book!!
Welcome! Your story looks interesting! I'm going to check it out
Many thanks for the warm welcome. I hope, you´ll like my "Schrödinger´s Cat".
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