Mia Kankimäki’s The Women I Think About at Night was sold to Didakta in Slovenia, making it the 12th foreign sales for this bestseller!
The biography/travelogue that has been called “Good Night Stories for Rebel Girls meets Eat Pray Love” will inspire readers all over the world!
Click here to request the almost book-length English sample.
Previously the rights have been acquired by Simon & Schuster in the US, btb Verlag/RandomHouse in Germany, Winshare Publishing in China, EKSMO in Russia, Gursli Berg Forlag in Norway, Uitgeverij Orlando in Netherlands, Bilgrav Publishing in Denmark, Albatros Media/Motto in Czech Republic, Gelmes Publishing in Lithuania, Varrak in Estonia and Zvaigzne in Latvia.
“We are excited to add Mia Kankimäki to our line-up of authors and proud to be able to make The Women I Think About at Night accessible to the Slovenian readers!”
– Martin Uranič, Didakta, Slovenia
About the book:
An award-winning, exciting and passionate book about some of the bravest and most inspiring women throughout history, such as Karen Blixen, Yayoi Kusama, Isabella Bird. Over 20 000 copies have been printed in Finland thus far.
”The Women I Think About at Night is both fiction and nonfiction. Crossing the distance between those two is a journey that calls for good preparation and great caution. Kankimäki does it victoriously.”
– Lauri Jäntti Award Jury
”Kankimäki doesn’t pursue eternal happiness or positivity. The book is more about conquering your own fears if – and especially when – they are standing between you and your dreams.”
– Helsingin Sanomat newspaper
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’.
Gursli Berg Forlag
Simon & Schuster