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I May Be Wrong
Björn Natthiko Lindeblad (b.1961) is a Swedish public speaker, meditation teacher and former Buddhist monk. In his mid-twenties Björn swapped his career as a business executive for life as a forest monk in the jungles of Thailand. There he was given the name Natthiko, meaning “one who grows in wisdom.” His book I May Be Wrong has won the hearts and minds of the Swedish people and tells the story of Björn’s life journey and the hard-won insights he’s gained into how one can live a more free and present life. The book, written in close collaboration with Björn’s friends and colleagues Caroline Bankler and Navid Modiri, became an instant No. 1 bestseller.
Caroline Bankler (b.1983 ) is a Swedish writer, producer and project manager. Caroline was the producer of Björn Natthiko Lindeblad’s acclaimed nationwide tour Keys to freedom.
Navid Modiri (b.1983) is a podcaster, speaker and author. He has worked as a TV- and radio host and is a popular speaker on the topics of creativity and diversity.
Björn Natthiko Lindeblad’s I May Be Wrong has been chosen as the winner of the ‘Best Non-fiction’ category in the 2021 Storytel Awards. A record number of 70.000 listeners voted forth the shortlist consisting 0f three non-fiction titles, and a jury went on to select the ultimate winner. The jury’s motivation for I May Be Wrong was as follows:
“An autobiographical tale that moves and invites [the listener] to reflect on life’s great questions. The author’s vulnerable, brave and humoristic audio rendition gives the listener a powerful and unique experience.”
Björn Natthiko Lindeblad has been awarded the Swedish Sound Award 2021 for ‘Voice of the Year’. The award is handed out by Bauer Media and Resumé and aims to highlight and praise creative use of sound. Natthiko Lindeblad is bestowed with the accolade for his moving audio rendition of his book I May Be Wrong. The motivation is as follows: “With great presence, heart and much warmth, the voice of the year is genuinely moving. A voice that truly spellbinds its audience and captivates the ear through its magic.”
I May Be Wrong, Björn Natthiko Lindeblad’s moving non-fiction work and the most sold non-fiction title of 2020, is once again No. 1 in Sweden, topping week five’s bestseller list.
The nominees for 2020’s Storytel Awards have been announced. Previously known as the Grand Audiobook Prize, the Storytel Awards have been handed out to the best audio books in Sweden since 2007. The awards are split into five categories: Suspense, Fiction, Non-fiction, YA, and Children’s books.
Among the nominees for the Suspense award are: Kristina Ohlsson’s Storm Watch, Anders Roslund’s Sweet Dreams, Stina Jackson’s The Last Snow, Lars Kepler’s The Mirror Man, and Hans Rosenfeldt’s When Crying Wolf.
David Sundin’s audiobook adaptation of his bestselling debut, The Book That Did Not Want To Be Read, is in the running for the Children’s books’ award. In its audio form, the book is called The Audiobook That Did Not Want To End.
Fans will be able to vote for their favorites till February 28, after which a jury will pick a winner among the three candidates with the most votes in each category.
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Adlibris, the leading book retailer in the Nordic countries, has announced the winners of its Adlibris Awards 2020. A total of 30.000 people participated in the vote this year, crowning nine winners in as many categories. Björn Natthiko Lindeblad and I May Be Wrong triumphed in the non-fiction category, claiming the title of “Non-fiction Book of the Year.” David Sundin’s debut and instant classic, The Book That Did Not Want To Be Read, won in the “Children’s Books Ages 0-6” category. Lars Kepler lastly won the coveted title of “Crime Novel of the Year” with their The Mirror Man.
The most sold non-fiction title of 2020, Björn Natthiko Lindeblad’s I May Be Wrong continues to rule the bestseller lists in Sweden. This week too he is No. 1 in non-fiction.
Lars Kepler and Björn Natthiko Lindeblad each performed a remarkable feat on the 2020 book market in Sweden. Lars Kepler became the No. 1 most sold author in the fiction category with The Mirror Man and Björn Natthiko Lindeblad grabbed the No. 1 placement in the nonfiction category with his I May Be Wrong.
December 2020 saw Björn Natthiko Lindeblad’s I May Be Wrong claim two No. 1 spots on the official Swedish bestseller lists: one in nonfiction, and one in audio books. The paperback list’s No. 1 spot went to Stina Jackson and The Last Snow. Taking home the e-book list’s No. 1 spot was Lars Kepler, whose The Mirror Man also featured at No. 2 in hardcover and No. 3 in audio. Kristina Ohlsson’s Storm Watch meanwhile became the No. 4 most sold e-book and the No. 5 most sold hardcover.
Sweden’s biggest online book retailer Adlibris has listed their most sold titles throughout the year, crowning Björn Natthiko Lindeblad’s I May Be Wrong as their No. 1 most sold biography of 2020.
Week 50’s (December 7-13) top placements are divided equally between Lars Kepler, Björn Natthiko Lindeblad and Stina Jackson. Lars Kepler is No. 1 in hardcover with The Mirror Man, also coming in at No. 2 in e-books. Björn Natthiko Lindeblad meanwhile occupies the No. 1 spot on the non-fiction list with I May Be Wrong, which is also No. 2 in audio. The last No. 1 spot, that of the paperback list, goes to Stina Jackson and The Last Snow.
The bestseller lists for the first week of December see Lars Kepler’s The Mirror Man claim the No.1 spots on the audio and e-book lists, and the No. 2 one on the hardcover list. The No. 5 placement goes to Hans Rosenfeldt’s When Crying Wolf.
New on the paperback list is Stina Jackson, whose just published softcover of The Last Snow is No. 2.