and hopefully there are many books
under the Christmas tree this year 🙂

I cannot remember a year in my life that has been as hectic and gone as quick as this year. Publishing «When the Crowd Cries» has made a huge difference in my life and I would be a liar if I said that I didn’t like it.
I’ve «met» a whole lot of new people and I have learned much about things that I nearly had forgotten.
Making a book can be both hard and difficult but publishing it as an indie publisher can be very tricky. I made a couple of attempts to find the right people to promote the book and ended up with which I am very pleased with.

A special thanks to Tanja who is the person I relate to and who guides me when I need it 🙂

I am really looking forward to 2018 and all the ups and downs which lays ahead.

The picture which I have chosen for this blog post is originally a silk screen print called «Liten Gul Gutt», which can be transcribed to «little yellow boy». It is a black and white photograph of me as a child, taken on a Christmas party at the publishing house and the print shop where my father worked.
The picture is quite small so I decided to draw rather than using enlargement of the photo.

The print is sold out but I made a digital edition of it some years ago.

I feel that this picture somewhat symbolizes my life right now.

There will be no more blog post until next year so in addition to «A Merry Christmas to you all», I will add;
thank you for the year which has soon gone …