NO. 204 IS GOING HOME
A true story of survival, love, motherhood and being human.
It’s time. Time to let this story travel the world. I started to write this book in January 2005, and I guess I needed this time to let it all mature before I was ready to let it go, ready to give it wings of its own. Now is the right time. I know that.
This is not a Tsunami book – it’s a book about being a human.
A book about losing yourself and finding yourself again.
You, but so very different.
It’s about feeling as a failure as a parent when your children needed you the most and to deal with that feeling of guilt.
It’s a love story. About love for life. For family. For ourselves.
It’s a story about forgiveness. It took some time for me to forgive myself.
To forgive the panic attacks that hit me.
To forgive the ocean.
Most of all it’s a story about being human.
BONUS MATERIAL FOR BOOK CLUBS
Questions for reflection and discussion
What three words would you use to describe the book?
Are there parts of the book you are still thinking about?
Has this book affected the way you look at your life? If so, in what way?
What are the passages that you underlined, or that particularly affected you?
What is the most important point the author makes in this book?
What was your favourite part of the book?
Did you race to the end, or was it more of a slow burn?
Which scene has stuck with you the most?
Did you reread any passages? If so, which ones?
Did reading the book impact your mood? If yes, how so?
What surprised you most about the book?
If you could ask the author anything, what would it be?
Do you think you will remember this book in a few months? If so, in what way?
Who do you most want to read this book?
I didn't know what passion was until I started to write books.
Time disappears, I feel neither hunger nor thirst, I am completely absorbed by the world I write about. The persons in my books become so vivid it feels like they are part of my life.
My book “No. 204 is going home” is self-perceived and therefore completely different from the Romance books I otherwise write.
I hope you will like my books, that “No. 204 is going home” provides insights that leads to something good and positive, that my upcoming Romance series during 2021 will give you the same enjoyment that I had when I wrote about Sofie living her life in Sweden and in the US. A life of love and passion develops as we get to follow her journey from young and insecure in her small hometown in Sweden to sophisticated woman.
I have loved getting to know Sofie , hope you will feel the same.
......with love as our ground and foundation,
it will be okay in the end.