Husband and three children
In a suburb north of Stockholm
Writer, legal advisor, board member and lecturer
Previously published fact books
Business negotiations, International contracts and Outsourcing of IT-services
Travel, skiing and cooking
Describe yourself with three words
Driven, stubborn and caring
I can rhyme on anything
Italy and Sweden. Italy because of the mix of the ever present culture and history. The food is also pure pleasure. Sweden because of the closeness to nature and the deep human and democratic values.
London! I never get tired of going there. Afternoon Tea at Browns or Fortnum & Mason (do not miss their food department), shopping at the big department stores, an endless selection of really good Indian and Chinese restaurants. Berlin is also a great favorite of mine. I studied German there a long time ago and visit at least once a year.
Fläskberget at Sandhamn in the Stockholm archipelago. It is located in the northern part of the island and there you can enjoy both morning dip and sunset. Nothing beats Swedish summer.
Åre is full of wonderful restaurants. Two of my favourites are Supper, which offers wonderful Latin American food, and Granen, which provides you with the ultimate mountain cuisine experience.
What does a normal work day look for you?
In the morning I check emails. I write if it is a "writing day". Sometimes it can be up to ten hours with breaks just to eat or have a coffee. If it's a "meeting day", I meet the publisher, the PR team or my agent for example. Sometimes there are several interviews. I try to put together as many meetings as possible on the same day to be effective.
What is pleasure for you?
To be with my husband and my children, preferably on a trip somewhere far away, with good food and wine.