Erika Vallin

Erika Vallin’s trilogy “Speglarnas hemlighet” Christmas calendar 2017

We are so pleased to be able to share the news that the Swedish Christmas calendar 2017 will be based on author Erika Vallin’s wonderful trilogy Speglarnas hemlighet.

Speglarnas hemlighet is about the three friends Asrin, Lima and Max who travel to Eunomia through time and space, solving mysteries along the way. Eunomia was once a utopia but has turned into a world of terror and oppression, and can only be saved by Asrin and her friends. Erika Vallin tells a smart and diverse story set in a very fascinating and magical world.

Erica Vallin was born in Sundsvall and started writing at an early age. She has been a journalist since 2005 and is currently working as an Editor at Swedish ELLE Magazine.

SVT has been broadcasting the Christmas calendar for children since 1960. Each year a new story is selected and one episode a day airs from December 1st, until Christmas Eve.

Read more about this year’s calendar here.



Therese Bohman

Aftonland shortlisted for Sveriges radios romanpris!

Therese Bohman‘s brilliant Aftonland has been nominated for Sveriges radios romanpris!

Aftonland has been highly acclaimed by readers as well as critics and was nominated for Augustpriset 2016.

Sveriges radios romanpris is awarded each year to an author who published a book the previous year. The jury consists of radio listening readers and is exchanged each year, they read the four shortlisted novels and parts of their discussions about the books are broadcasted on SR. The winner will be announced in April.

Björn Larsson

Björn Larsson subject for the Dedicafestival

It is with great honor we announce that this years Dedicafestival in Italy will be dedicated to our talented author Björn Larsson.

The festival takes place once a year for one week and is focused on one particular authorship. Björn Larsson’s novel Long John Silver was published in Italy in 1998 and quickly became a bestseller. Since then, his authorship has been widely known and he has received several international awards for his novels.

The Dedicafestival will acknowledge this authorship through readings, interviews, cinema, theatre and music. Björn Larsson’s importance as an author is summarized with the following quote:

“His books, even when abandoned the novelistic form, are characterized by the compelling stories; the pace; the thirst for freedom and truth that animates its protagonists. His writing is sober, elegant and pleasant, it is characterized by an apparent, induced lightness that does not require reflection, and helps create that mysterious link between a writer and his readers.”

For more information, please following this link.

Swede Hollow

Ola Larsmo awarded Lagercrantzen 2017

Nordin Agency congratulates Ola Larsmo, who has been awarded Dagens Nyheter’s prestigious critics award Lagercrantzen for his novel Swede Hollow. The jury’s motivation:

“This year’s laureate is a popular educator who does not shy away from history’s darkest pages – he knows they must be exposed in order for us to understand the future. Undeterred, he uncovers how ideas and prejudice take place in language and culture. With an ever strong ethical tone he defends free speech and a solidarity with those who practice it.

Ola Larsmo is a critic who has become absolutely indispensable over time. Therefore, he is awarded Lagercrantzen 2017.”

Read Dagens Nyheter’s excellent interview with him here.

Swede Hollow was first published by Albert Bonniers Förlag 2016. It has been highly acclaimed by both critics and readers, depicting the struggles of a Swedish family and their compatriots arriving in America in the late 1800’s.

Isabel Eriksson

Nordin Agency welcomes Isabel Eriksson

We are thrilled to announce that Isabel Eriksson (pseud) has joined Nordin Agency!

Isabel Eriksson (pseud) has written a unique and harrowing account of being held captive: In the Clutches of the Bunker Doctor – the True Story Behind the Headlines (Lind & Co., January 2017). The case was reported all over the world and her kidnapper has been compared to both Josef Fritzl and the Cleveland-abductor Ariel Castro, as well as the chilling events in Emma Donoghue’s novel Room. Welcome to read an unforgettable story about an advanced kidnapping drama as dramatic as in a movie, and a young woman’s unbelievable courage.



Booklist Online names Simona Ahrnstedt’s “All in” US no. 1 Romance Debut 2016!

Booklist Online has listed the Top 10 Romance Debuts of 2016 in the US. Who’s number one on the list? You guessed it, Sweden’s Queen of Romance: Simona Ahrnstedt!

“Swedish writer Ahrnstedt’s American debut pits a venture capitalist with an eye on a venerated, family-owned business against Natalie, a member of that clan, in a delectable glitz-and-glam mix of high-finance intrigue and steamy romance.”