I used to be a rock journalist: I wrote articles and interviews for a super exciting, unique rockzine called Tuhma (“naughty”) in Finnish for a couple of years, and loved it oh so much. Since then, I’ve done dozens of interviews with all kinds of people, for several different publications.
I planned, executed and partly translated/subtitled the deliciously long Poets of the Fall interview on their live DVD. I’ve also published a few short stories that peek into their off-stage lives. Since I’ve followed the band around & worked for them for over a decade, I’m hoping we could some day turn it all into a proper book for their loyal fanbase.
I wrote interviews and entertainment articles for MetroLive, one of the biggest online entertainment medias in Finland. Sadly, the website was closed down a couple of years ago.
I’ve written PR & marketing pieces for several companies and worked on social media campaigns and daily updates since the dawn of, well, social media.
I’ve written and published a children’s book that explained recycling and organic foods to pre-school aged kids. Hundreds of copies were donated to several daycare centers, and the book was translated into four different languages.
I write something every day. Most often than not I work on travel articles for Fangirl Quest and sometimes, for another publication.
At the moment, we are working on a travel journal photobook covering our 8,000 mile roadtrip across North America. The book is one of the perks we’ve offered to those who supported our crowdfunding campaign, and although getting it out there has been more complicated and time-consuming than we originally thought, I’m confident that it’ll be worth the wait. It’s going to be magnificent!
All this is just a fraction of the stories and content I’ve written in my life. But you get the point, right?
I like to write.