Veronika BondVeronika Bond was born in a small village in Germany in 1955. Three years later, her family emigrated to Bethlehem (Jordan at the time), and she grew up in a boarding school for Palestinian orphans.
Back in Germany she studied Arabic in Berlin, German literature in Münster, and earned a degree in Applied Linguistics from the university of Mainz. She went on to work as a freelance translator of modern Arabic literature for several years. After completing a second degree in classical homoeopathy in England, she discovered that her translation skills were in great demand in this field, and she launched a successful career as a translator for homoeopathic literature.
Veronika started writing her own books in 1997. So far she has mainly written creative non-fiction.
'HUMUS, the black gold of the earth' is her 11th publication and first book related to eco-culture.