Frank Martela’s A WONDERFUL LIFE now already sold to 20 territories! Estonian rights sold for WILLPOWER, DETERMINATION, SELF-ESTEEM.

Frank Martela’s A WONDERFUL LIFE now already sold to 20 territories!

Estonian rights sold for WILLPOWER, DETERMINATION, SELF-ESTEEM.


NOW 20 RIGHTS SOLD FOR A WONDERFUL LIFE!

Serbian publisher Odiseja has pre-empted the rights for Frank Martela’s bestselling A WONDERFUL LIFE, making it the 20th territory where this inspiring title will be published!

Published in the US in March by HarperCollins, Frank Martela’s A WONDERFUL LIFE has sold already to 20 territories around the world but the rights are still available in Italy, Sweden, Czech Republic, Hungary, Latvia, Denmark, China etc

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ABOUT THE BOOK

Have you ever wondered what makes one’s life meaningful?
Finnish academic and columnist Frank Martela offers 4 simple and well-researched answers to this in his recent non-fiction title A WONDERFUL LIFE:

  1. Connect with yourself by pursuing activities and goals meaningful to you;
  2. Seek places to grow and utilize your areas of mastery;
  3. Connect with others by cultivating intimate relationships;
  4. Do something good for others.

These four sources of meaning are the cornerstones of meaningful existence.


Estonian rights sold for Raisa Cacciatore & Erja Korteniemi-Poikela’s WILLPOWER, DETERMINATION, SELF-ESTEEM  – FINNISH PARENTING WITH SISU

How do you turn attitude, strong will, and anger into independence and self-esteem? How to empower your child to manage challenging emotions? Aggression can be a positive driving force: all emotions are great resources if one learns to use them right. This is the Finnish “sisu” that is needed to change the world. Learn more about it in WILLPOWER, DETERMINATION, SELF-ESTEEM.

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We are very happy to announce that the second rights sold for this important parenting title. The future Estonian publisher for the book is Varrak.

Congratulations to the authors and the publishers!

Rights sold for WILLPOWER, DETERMINATION, SELF-ESTEEM 

FINLAND: Minerva (orig.)

ESTONIA: Varrak
GERMANY: Droemer Knaur

 

Rights sold for A WONDERFUL LIFE:

UNITED STATES: HarperCollins/Harper Design (orig.)

CROATIA:
Planetopija
ESTONIA:
Rahva Raamat
FINLAND:
Gummerus
FRANCE:
Editions Leduc.s
GERMANY:
Blessing Verlag
GREECE:
Klidarithmos
JAPAN:
HarperCollins Japan
KOREA:
Across Publishing
LATIN AMERICA:
Ediciones Urano
LITHUANIA:
Obuolys
NETHERLANDS:
Ambo Anthos
NORWAY:
Gursli Berg Forlag
POLAND:
Czarna Owca
ROMANIA:
Editura Humanitas
RUSSIA:
Bombora
SERBIA:
Odiseja
SPAIN:
Ediciones Urano (World Spanish)
TAIWAN:
Crown
TURKEY:
Orman Kitap

Frank Martela


Frank Martela, PhD, is a philosopher and researcher of psychology specializing in the question of meaning in life. His articles have appeared in Scientific American Mind, Harvard Business Review and Salon and his work has been featured on Quartz and on the BBC. His research has been published extensively in numerous academic journals such as Journal of Personality, Journal of Positive Psychology, Journal of Happiness Studies, Metaphilosophy, Southern Journal of Philosophy, Review of General Psychology, and Organization Studies. He has spoken to more than one hundred audiences worldwide, including invited lectures in universities on four continents, including Stanford University and Harvard University. He’s been interviewed by the New York Times, Fitness, Vice News, and Monocle Observer among others. He is based at Aalto University in Helsinki.

Outside of work, Frank is a father to three lovely children (currently 8, 5, and 3 years old), an amateur-level soccer player, with an occasional skiing trip in the winters. He is made in Green Bay, so Packers holds a special place in his heart.

Raisa Cacciatore & Erja Korteniemi-Poikela


 

Raisa Cacciatore MD, is a child psychiatrist, special competence in adolescent health, specialist physician, and an EMDR Europe Accredited Practitioner. She provides training to professionals and to parents and has written many textbooks and works of nonfiction, including Save the Boys. She is currently writing her dissertation on the topic of supporting children’s sexuality. Raisa has received lifetime achievement awards from the Finnish Cultural Foundation (2011) and the Association of Finnish Non-Fiction Writers (2016), as well as the State Award for Public Information (2017).

Erja Korteniemi-Poikela is a midwife, nurse, clinical sexologist, and nonfiction author. She has had a long career working with the sexual health of adults, children, and adolescents, and has co-authored several nonfiction books with Raisa Cacciatore. Erja was chosen Midwife Innovator of the Year in 2000, and in 2004, received the School Health Deed of the Year award from the Finnish Association of School and Student Health for her work on the Steps to Sexual Maturity learning materials published by the Finnish National Agency for Education.

The duo’s previous collaborations include several books for adolescents, parents and professionals alike.