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Wednesday, September 14, 2016

MONA best-seller in Greece

Fun to note that MONA has reached best seller status in Greece. Publishing house Dioptra has made a good job!


Wednesday, August 24, 2016

As of today, MONA is published in Turkey

MONA is now available in Turkey! Gerçekten iyi bir okuma ümidiyle.
Read more here.


Tuesday, July 12, 2016

MONA - bestseller of the month in Norway!

I am glad to learn that MONA is doing so well at Swedens western neighbor. Mange takk for det!



Monday, June 27, 2016

"Ich bin ein Berliner!"


I just got back from three days in Berlin. I love the city that is, in many ways, Europe’s cultural and entrepreneurial hub. So much is going on in the city, in art, literature, architecture, fashion, food, start-ups etc. And on top – or below – is the cultural heritage with outstanding philosophers, composers and writers! A trip to Berlin would not be complete without visiting Dussman, open until midnight and packed with fantastic litterateur.

Visit Dussman here.



Tuesday, June 7, 2016

MONA - Storytells favorite Sci-Fi novel

Scandinavia’s leading audiobook publisher, Storytel, picks MONA as a staff favorite Sci-Fi novel. MONA was also chosen as an overall staff favorite.


Download MONA and SINON as audiobooks here.


Friday, June 3, 2016

One is trapped from the very prologue!

From Spanish blog The ministry of creativity comes a new MONA review.

”Highly recommended … One is trapped from the very prologue.”

Read full review here.


Tuesday, May 10, 2016

Stuttgarter Zeitung: a killing in the all-time greats!

Fresh SINON review in german Stuttgarter Zeitung: 

”Who has a penchant for unusual methods of murder? Well, in SINON it is well served by Dan T. Sehlberg. The new novel has a lot to offer. There are many ways to convey a person from life to death. You can shoot him, you can break his neck in combat, you make sure that it looks like a car accident, but Dan T. Sehlberg sets a record in his new thriller SINON, a killing potentially in the all-time greats … ”


”… Even more stringent than in the first part, Sehlberg pieces together a puzzle of evil.”

Read full review here