I have always been what you might call a bookworm, always my nose down a book. I spent a lot of my child hood and teenage years hiding in the school library, reading and reading. One of my all-time favourite is the fantastic comic Linda and Valentine by Jean-Claude Mézières and Pierre Christin. I urge every sci-fi fan to read these beatiful comic-books. This, thogheter with many hours reading Jules Verne, created a early interest in science-fiction.
This is a bit of a paradox, I grew up on a farm in the country side, far from any kind of city. The entire forest was my playground, and since I grew up in the northern hemisphere, I spent many sleepless winternight´s watching the stars and northen lights. I liked the thought that the universe is infinite, that the stars was so very far away. The thought came early in my life that I would like to see that infinity, all the possibillities that is waiting out there for us. I always though of science-fiction as a experiment for thought. You make a set of rules, fantastic or not, and the trough people in it. How would they react? What would happend?
I always have a great deal of fun when thinking out a new universe to a book.
Today I live with my dog, I spend a lot of time out-doors, admiring the nature of our beutiful world. I once saw a documentery about aliens or something, and a man said something very deep.
"If we are alone in the universe it says something. It tells ut that life is rare, and precious."
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