""For her, writing is a play with words that leads to healing, but also an opportunity to create a feeling in the reader.""
Born in Uppsala in the 70s and still lives there. She usually has a large dog by her side and always a writing book in her pocket. The written word has always had great significance in her life. As a child, it was a way to create limitless worlds that no one could judge based on right or wrong. Unlike her written works as a child, her short stories are almost always from real life. If it is not the whole event, then it is based on a feeling or thought that the event evoked. For her, writing is a play with words that leads to healing, but also an opportunity to create a feeling in the reader. Perhaps the most important thing of all. Her writing has been a bit overshadowed by other things in life, but since a few years ago she has been sharing shorter stories on social media, and in her spare time she is writing future books. Writing in some form is a must, but a loving kind. Johanna is here the author of three short stories;
In a house that is falling apart, The penultimate farewell and In a pink dressing gown.