Paperback Amazon

The paperback version of The Book of Songs is now available on Amazon. And don’t let the name fool you, it’s much more fancy than the cheap books people bring to the beach only to throw them away afterwards.

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We know have a webshop up and running. Depending on your country of residence it might be more or less expensive than other sales outlets, but it is always the best option if you want as much money as possible to go to the writer rather than a company acting as the middleman.

To visit the webshop, please use this link.


This update is primarily for Nordic readers.

The Book of Songs is now available at Adlibris. Click here to get to the store front. Presently there’s some trouble showing the cover, but the actual file should be complete. If you face any additional problems, please contact Adlibris customer service.

Also, if you want to give The Book of Songs a review on your preferred storefront I’d be deeply grateful!


The past week I’ve been in contact with a number of reviewers, some of which will be reviewing The Book of Songs. There’s quite a bit of spread in the time they’re taking to review the book, so instead of writing the dates here I’ll keep you posted as the reviews show up.

If you are or know a book reviewer, especially one with an interest in fantasy books, feel free to contact me using this form.

Queer Books for Teens

The Book of Songs has been added to a database called Queer Books for Teens. If you haven’t heard of the site before, check it out.

I think this is a great initiative, since LGBTQ+ teens often feel isolated and have a hard time finding representation in mainstream media. Thankfully, that’s slowly getting better, but it’s still hard for teens to find stories where they are represented.

Authors can ask for their books to be added, so if you’re the author of a LGBTQ+ book, feel free to contact them and see if they want to add your book to the database. The more comprehensive it gets, the better.