Far from all could live on their books. But some of the draws in the more. The authors who serve the best in Sweden, Jonas Jonasson, Jonas Gardell and Fredrik Backman. It shows a compilation of the 50 författarföretag, writes the Aftonbladet newspaper, which has received the data from the News agency Siren.
Jonas Jonasson, the author of "the Centenarian who climbed out the window and disappeared" had a total operating profit of almost 41 million in its four companies. For Jonas Gardell, the corresponding figure was 14.5 million. Fredrik Backman, who has written "A man called Ove", pulled in 10.5 million sek and Camilla Läckberg 10.2 million kronor.
A 40 författarbolag in the country had an operating profit of over a million dollars.