Entries by Nordin

Camilla and Carin – best selling of 2014 in Iceland

Camilla Läckberg‘s THE LION TAMER and Carin Gerhardsen‘s THE GINGERBREAD HOUSE are two of the best selling books of 2014 in Iceland. Congratulations, Camilla and Carin! http://www.visir.is/jolabokaflod-uppgjor–arnaldur-er-konungurinn/article/2015150119420

A POOR LITTLE SHARK to the theatre

EN STACKARS LILLA HAJ (A POOR LITTLE SHARK) by Mårten Sandén is an exciting and fascinating adventure picture book about friendship, courage and how to overcome ones’ fears. Now the story moves to the theatre!Premiar date: 29th January 2015 Place: Obanteatern (Folkets Park), Malmö, Sweden Details: http://webapps2.malmo.se/evenemang/EventGuide/View/Barn_Familj-Teater/En_stackars_liten_Haj_802857    

THE BOYS by Jessica Schiefauer featured at Publishing Perspectives

“Jessica’s Schiefauer’s Swedish YA novel Pojkarna (The Boys) is attracting strong global rights interest for its daring story about gender transformation.”POJKARNA (THE BOYS) by Jessica Schiefauer is being featured at Publishing Perspectives website! http://publishingperspectives.com/2014/12/daring-swedish-ya-tale-attracts-strong-foreign-rights-deals/

Camilla Läckberg – Number 1 in Iceland

It has been just some days since The Lion Tamer by Camilla Läckberg was published in Iceland but the book has already reached to the number one on a top list. Congratulations, Camilla!  

THE OTHER WOMAN by Therese Bohman nominated for Swedish Radios’s Literary Prize

Therese Bohman’s DEN ANDRA KVINNAN (THE OTHER WOMAN) is one of six novels nominated for the Swedish Radio’s Literary Prize. Each book will be read, discussed and assessed by a jury consisting of avid readers and listeners. You can follow their discussions on SR P1, starting 2 March 2015. http://sverigesradio.se/sida/artikel.aspx?programid=499&artikel=6036927

Jessica Schiefauer’s “The Boys” featured on Words Without Borders

Words Without Borders, who promotes the finest contemporary international literature, is featuring Jessica Schiefauer’s “The Boys” on their website. http://wordswithoutborders.org/current-issue/ You can read extract from the book in English here: http://wordswithoutborders.org/article/from-the-boys