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We are proud to introduce you to our four new non-fiction authors!

Sep 22, 2023

Ellen Viste is the author of Tales of The Wind. She is a meteorologist and former climate researcher, now working with climate science communication. She has a PhD in meteorology from the University of Bergen. Tales of the Wind revolves around the air and everything it carries along with it. Through narratives from science, history, and journeys in nature, we come to understand why the air rarely stays still, and how the constant flow of seeds, water vapour, pollutants, and microbes shapes the world.

Geir Selbæk is the author of Dementia. With a Phd in Geriatrics from the University of Oslo, he is known as Norway’s leading Dementia Professor. His research on aging focuses especially on cognitive impairment and dementia. In Dementia, he introduces completely new and previously unknown risk factors for developing dementia. He demonstrates how each and every one can reduce these risk factors, thus lowering the chances of developing cognitive impairment.

Peder Kjøs is the author of You-Turn. Kjøs is one of Norway’s most renowned psychologists. He holds a PhD in psychology from the University of Oslo, and is a specialist in clinical adult psychology. As a presenter and therapist on national TV and various podcasts, Kjøs has become a household name. His latest book, You-Turn, he shares the knowledge, experiences, and methods he has acquired through his work as a therapist, hoping that it can also help you.

Torkil Færø is the author of The Pulse Cure. He is a general practitioner and emergency physician, documentary filmmaker, author, photographer, and globetrotter. With over 25 years as a doctor, he has worked all over Norway, had tens of thousands of consultations, and gained a unique understanding of the illnesses that afflict us. The Pulse Cure guides you on a vital journey through your nervous system, helping you gain more willpower, energy, and vitality. How much exercise, sleep, and food you need or can tolerate, and how you can prevent serious illness.