This year I will not participate in any events on the great Book Fair in Gothenburg. I will instead put my energy in completing my new novel. But nevertheless I will probably pop in for a few meetings and mingles since it’s just around the corner. Above you se a […]
A portrait of myself and one of my larger oil colour paintings. A garden within a garden. An artwork within a work of art. Inception. This one depicts my friend William posing in the Italian garden in Hyde Park, London. My idea was to bring a sense of impressionism and […]
I am writing the follow up to The Wizard’s Heir – Trollkarlens arvinge! And though it has been very hard to write a second book, knowing I do not want to disappoint the readers who loved the first book, I am almost done with the first draft. It has been […]
Painted ships in mist to NHR (Neurologiskt Handikappades Riksförbund/ Association for Neurological Disorders) in Göteborg Watercolour on paper. You can support their important work at www.neuro/gbg.se
What do I wish that I had known when I started to write? Maybe that everything takes ten times more time than you think… In this video I try to explain. Interview by Skrivarpodden and this is the LAST VIDEO of SIX in this series. Enjoy!
This illustration show the children finding Ruby for the first time in the children’s pricture book that I painted for Arie D. Kungariket utan Namn, Belletrist Publishing, 2018. (Kingdom with no Name)
In this video I talk about environmental descriptions. Interview by Skrivarpodden, autumn 2018!
Skrivarpodden (The Writing Pod) interviewed me about dramaturgy and how I use it when I write. See the short interview below, only in Swedish. What I talk about is how I use the classic dramaturgy with a beginning, middle and end.. The beginning consists of the introduction of characters and […]
In this short interview I talk about how I write and get to know the characters in my novels! Interviewer was Skrivarpodden at 2018 Book Fair in Gothenburg. Only in Swedish (Sorry). / Ida
This videointerview from Skrivarpodden only exists in Swedish How do I find my writing flow?