Sagt om ”Broder själ, syster flamma”/Comments about ”Brother soul, sister flame”
"It feels very credible in its description of how different values and beliefs mercilessly collide and how xenophobia and ignorance flourishes."
"It's a skilfully composed novel that deserves praise."
"... the violent opening doesn't prevent the build-up towards an even more intense end."
Åsa Böker (author of "Nordland"):
"It's a fantasy – but it's so much more! A reality-fantasy! A brutal depiction of real life, set in a fantasy world. [...] I think it's a magnificent work of literature."
"This is a well processed novel, written with commitment."
Amanda Franzén, lecteur
"One of the best books I've read in a long time. And definitely the best looking."
Läser just nu/Currently reading
"A History of Japan to 1334"
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Sök, sök överallt!/Search, search everywhere!
Kaj Karlsson, winner of this years Indie Book Awards, kindly mentioned me in a post on his blog: http://www.aldabergr.se/parsifal-direktivet/1a-i-indie-book-awards-2014.html/ There is also a nice picture.
It has happened many times, of course, but now when I’ve actually published a novel it strikes me harder: the apparent lack of patience among readers. ”If the first twenty pages don’t get me hooked I put the book away.” … Fortsätt läsa
Here are two clips from the Indie Book Awards ceremony in Gothenburg this year. Swedish journalist Helena Frank recorded the ceremony and interviewed me afterwards. And yes, of course it’s in Swedish! Silly question. Here’s the ceremony: And here’s … Fortsätt läsa
British author Susanna Clarke gave us one of the best fantasy novels ever with Jonathan Strange and Mr Norrell in 2004. It was a stilistic triumph, experimental and efficient, in spite of it’s clocking in at over 700 pages. How do you … Fortsätt läsa
I have mailed my novel, Brother soul, sister flame, to a new reviewer, connected to LitteraturMagazinet. He has an interesting approach: if he doesn’t like the book he won’t review it, instead he will give me feed-back. The reason is … Fortsätt läsa
An e-mail from the publisher has increased my hope substantially! It appears they will publish all four stories in one ”volume” (whatever is it called when it’s an ebook?). Bloody marvelous! The editor will now read the stories again and … Fortsätt läsa
The first indications from Epok Förlag are positive. More feed-back will come, but as it looks now, at least one of my four short-stories will be published this autumn. I’m tremendously excited, especially about the covers, since it’s always interesting to see … Fortsätt läsa
Feel-good vs feel-bad. What’s the deal? Why write stories that make you feel bad, when you can tell tales with happy endings and fulfilled dreams? To me there is a simple answer. If the world was a happy place where … Fortsätt läsa
Me and Miss P spend the day at Kattcon gaming convention in Katrineholm, Sweden. We’re selling my novel and a couple of tasty bites in the shape of two short-stories. Sales so far? Meager. Four short-stories and one novel. The … Fortsätt läsa