Skyggespinneren i media

26-06-2014 » Science Fiction, Travels, Work in progress » 0 comments

Screen Shot 2014-06-26 at 22.51.03Jeg har blitt intervjuet to ganger den siste måneden, først av Verdens Gang, deretter av Ubok. I tillegg fikk jeg et to siders intervju trykket i papir-VG, samt en positiv anmeldelse av boken på neste side. Godt fornøyd, med andre ord.

I tillegg kan jeg skryte av at Kulturrådet har tatt opp Skyggespinneren i innkjøpsordningen for barne- og ungdomsbøker, hvilket betyr 1550 eksemplarer til landets biblioteker. Stjerneskipet Talos har derfor god vind i seilene nå.

Arbeidet med oppfølgeren går også meget godt. Kan avsløre at arbeidstittelen er Lietas drøm, og at vi satser på utgivelse i 2015. Så langt har jeg skrevet 12.000 ord, og det går unna et par sider om dagen.

Jeg er nå i Kina. Shenzhen for å være nøyaktig. Snart går turen til Shanghai, og deretter til Hong Kong. Signaturhungrige bokhester kan forvente meg tilbake i moderlandet litt lenger utpå sommeren. Følg

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Skyggespinneren

30-04-2014 » Science Fiction » 6 comments

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My apologies to my English readers, but this post is about the Norwegian release of my novel. Please see the Bibliography section for a description in English. I promise to blog in English as soon as the International release is available. Maybe also in Chinese. (Not kidding.)

En stor takk til forlaget for uvurderlig støtte og oppmuntring helt siden jeg sendte inn manus til konkurransen i 2011. Ingen nevnt, ingen glemt. Read more »

2013 in numbers

21-01-2014 » Book List, Home Theater, Movies, Travels, TV » 4 comments

Leaving Las Vegas January 12, I returned to Norway. Then I spent the Easter in Surfers Paradise. Spring on New Zealand, visiting Hobbiton. Had an unusually warm summer in Tromsø, then (after a stopover in Indonesia) moved on to the Northern Capital of Asia, Beijing, where I commenced learning Chinese. Christmas brought me to Tokyo with my new girlfriend, and the (Western) New Year’s Eve we spent in Shenzhen, Southern China. Read more »

Return to China

08-12-2013 » Language, Progress report, Travels » 0 comments

IMG_1710First of all, dear family, friends, and fans, sorry for not updating the blog

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So, I’ve been busy studying now for three months. And so far I’ve only been to Beijing (obviously) and Tianjin, which is a rather large city half an hour outside Beijing (on the fast train). I’ve also been to the great wall, north of Beijing (the photo). However, Christmas is fast approaching, and with that a three week vacation from school. My girlfriend and I are going to Shenzhen, Hong Kong, and Tokyo—in that order. Of course, I’ve been to Shenzhen before, but never to the other two cities. Read more »

2012 in numbers

01-01-2013 » Book List, Contemplation, Movies, Travels, TV » 0 comments

2012 is officially history, and as tradition calls, I will serve some personal statistics and reflections from the year left behind. (You may laugh, but I just love statistics, and I’ll always be a fan of lists. Sometimes it’s also very useful to keep track of things.) Read more »