Ines Anioli "Motten im Bauch"
Ines Anioli was born in Duisburg in 1986 and went through the most important stages of a classic Pott childhood there. With some unnecessary degrees in her pocket, she then moved to Berlin to do something with media. And Ines does a lot with media: She is a trained radio presenter and journalist. She started her first podcast when most people still listened to CDs, and has remained true to this medium to this day. But you can not only hear Ines, you can also see her. On television, for example, or on Instagram. Her great love, however, is the big stage and that's why she is now a full-time comedienne and tours Germany with her new program "GODDESS".
Motten im Bauch
Not every tingling in the belly promises a happy relationship ...Toxic relationships always have only others? But what if you are suddenly affected yourself? When the butterflies in your stomach turn out to be moths and the beautiful first weeks are nothing more than a memory you cling to? When the dream guy mutates into an asshole, the exciting sex into an experience of fear, the flattering jealousy into obsession and manipulation.
Ines Anioli's novel tells the story of the art figure Emma, who gets deeper and deeper into such a relationship and hardly notices how her love takes an unhealthy turn. Close to the skin and direct, she draws the course in all its ups and downs, without losing her own humor. Moths in the Belly is a drastic, explicit and sometimes hilarious treatise on love and self-loss, addiction and self-discovery.