Eyes

I always did enjoy painting faces with piercing eyes. There is something unnerving about them that makes you question who is really looking back at you? A made up character? My inner self? Or an ancient spirit that wanted me to capture them on paper? The last one might seem […]

Happy New Decade!

The year has come to an end, and so has the decade! We are entering the roaring twenties and I hope it will bring a lot of good things! Hopefully I will be able to print my new novel next year, fingers crossed, and hopefully you guys will want to […]

Christmas present?

Do you need to find a Christmas present? Why not give away a story? You can buy Trollkarlens arvinge at The Science Fiction Bookstore, Adlibris and Bokus! Best Regards / Ida 🙂

Writing box

I am currently working hard on the follow up to Trollkarlens arvinge (The Wizard’s Heir) and soon I will be able to show you some text! Keep an eye out! 🙂 / Ida

Book Fair 2019

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 […]

Artwork Inception

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 […]

Writing a Follow Up

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 […]

Ships in the Mist

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

Wish I had known?

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!