– “The Swedish Dream” is my entire life and it describes the first four of seven difficult years, full of turbulences and overturns, twisted family relations, sanctions I had to suffer due to my own choices. The hardest party of the story is not letting me see my granddaughter.
– The main motif is need to get something that I haven’t got from the Swedish judicial system to this day: right to defend myself, right to plea my innocence, right on fair trial. “The Swedish Dream” is not only dealing with injustice, but my acquittal. People sometimes life more than 50 years in Sweden and not really get to know it until close encounter with a system.
- We know that the truth isn’t widely approved and encompass unique consequences. Are you afraid?
– No, I am not. I have already lost the most valuable assets that I cherish, relations with the children, family and ex-husband… I am willingly in all this and I am not afraid because I don’t have anything to loose.
– It is my real name. My parents took me to Sweden when I was just 6 months old. I see myself and officially free and liberated. In the meantime, I signed the contract on screen adaptation of the novel. I am really looking forward to it.
– I can only use the truth to lead readers to buy a book. I am not afraid nor hiding from the truth. One of the motifs for the book is to collect the money so I could send my case before the Appellation Court and end this madness referred to as Sweden within the next four years. Of people believe I could open their eyes with my experience, it is the best intro to something I might call – buy a book “The Swedish Dream”.