Mia Kankimäki’s bestselling narrative nonfiction book The Women I Think About at Night has conquered a new territory! The Chinese rights were acquired by Winshare, where the editorial team was instantly excited:
“Time transcending, this book helps us introspect in continuous journeys while revealing life as it is – it can be brave and unconstrained, which is magical and touching.”
– Xu Wang, Winshare Publishing, China
Winshare has built a great memoir/biographies collection, such as Michelle Obama’s BECOMING, Jane Hawking’s TRAVELING TO INFINITY, Tami Oldham Ashcraft’s ADRIFT, and several domestic females memoirs.
About the book:
Super successful narrative non-fiction book about some of the bravest and most inspiring women throughout the history, such as Karen Blixen, Yayoi Kusama, Isabella Bird. Good Night Stories for Rebel Girls meets Eat Pray Love.
About the author:
Mia Kankimäki has worked as an editor and copywriter. Her first book, Things That Make One’s Heart Beat Faster, a book that took her to Kyoto in search of Sei Shonagon, a Japanese noblewoman and writer who lived a thousand years ago. The book received, among others, the 2015 HelMet Award annually given by Helsinki libraries to ‘a future classic’.
FINLAND: Otava (orig.)
CHINA: Winshare Publishing
CZECH REPUBLIC: Albatros Media/Motto
GERMANY: btb Verlag/RandomHouse
LITHUANIA: Gelmes Publishing
NETHERLANDS: Uitgeverij Orlando
RUSSIA: Eksmo Publishing
US: Simon & Schuster (North American rights)