Martin Svolgart is 40 years old, a single dad, companion to the Rottweiler Heimdal, nature lover, amateur photographer, coffee lover, and a geek!

What fascinates Martin Svolgart the most about writing is the possibility to look into the minds of the characters during the various situations they’re put in. 

In his books, you get a look into the fundamentals of a person.

What can bring out the worst in a person? What can bring out the best?

The human eye can detect 256 shades of gray. The answer to what is good and what is evil has to be explored in the balance between those extremes of individualism. Thus, his protagonists are never just good, and the antagonists are never just evil. They can even admit to themselves that they’re fucked up.

Martin Svolgart’s books thus explore what balances pull them toward being one or the other, or what can push them to change, grow, and evolve. 

One thing is for sure: No matter which of his books you pick up, you’ll never find good versus evil in any clear-cut black/white fashion, and you will always find action.

Martin Svolgart is a smith by trade, but he went back to college to study some more. Psychology, among other subjects. 




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