Danish happiness expert Meik Wiking helps us make home our happy place with his new book My Hygge Home

Meik Wiking is passionate about happiness and well-being. He founded The Happiness Institute in Denmark so he could research and report on happiness, and he’s now an international speaker and author of several books. His first book ‘The Little Book … Continue reading Danish happiness expert Meik Wiking helps us make home our happy place with his new book My Hygge Home

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“I became intrigued by the similarities and differences between humans and snakes” Norwegian author Silje Ulstein discusses her new novel Reptile Memoirs

Nordic Watchlist’s Marc Harries interviews Norwegian author Silje Ulstein about her debut novel, Reptile Memoirs which is available now. Reptile Memoirs Synopsis: Liv has a lot of secrets. Late one night, in the aftermath of a party in the apartment … Continue reading “I became intrigued by the similarities and differences between humans and snakes” Norwegian author Silje Ulstein discusses her new novel Reptile Memoirs

“What hooked me was the complicated soul and psychology of a boxer’s personality” – Alexandra Therese Keining discusses her work on new Swedish series ‘Lea – The Fighter’

Alexandra Therese Keining is a well-known writer and director from Sweden, she has directed such classic Swedish films as Kiss Me and Girl’s Lost. The latter can be currently watched on BFI Player. Her next work sees Alexandra as the … Continue reading “What hooked me was the complicated soul and psychology of a boxer’s personality” – Alexandra Therese Keining discusses her work on new Swedish series ‘Lea – The Fighter’

‘F*** My Brain!’ – a collection of surreal and funny stories about race, religion and life by Amir Shaheen

Amir Shaheen is a writer and comedian – and one of the co-creators of Netflix’s Norwegian series Home for Christmas, which we loved. The writing and comedy in the series was right up our street, so when we heard he … Continue reading ‘F*** My Brain!’ – a collection of surreal and funny stories about race, religion and life by Amir Shaheen

Author of ‘Lagom’, Lola Åkerström, on Swedish culture and her latest projects

Lola Åkerström knows a thing or two about travel and culture. Growing up in Nigeria, she moved to Sweden in 2010 and is now based in Stockholm. She’s an award-winning travel and culture writer and photographer, author of Lagom: The … Continue reading Author of ‘Lagom’, Lola Åkerström, on Swedish culture and her latest projects