Liv Marit Weberg

Luckily, People Don’t Notice Me

The book’s protagonist is dating Tore, who breaks up with her. She’s no longer eligible for student loans, and must get a job. Against all odds, she succeeds in doing so, but the boss bullies her and finds her dysfunctional. Then she meets Stian, who might actually be a good influence on her. Finally, there’s hope.

Luckily, People Don’t Notice Me is filled with black and self-deprecating humour.

Liv Marit Weberg

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Photo: Studio Vest

Liv Marit Weberg has studied creative writing at The Norwegian Children’s Book Institute. Luckily, People Don’t Notice Me (2014) is her first novel.

Rights sold to

Chinese - complex (Guangxi Science and Technology Publishing House), Chinese - simplified (Guangxi Science and Technology Publishing House), Danish (ABC Forlag), German (Fischer)

Foreign rights

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Edited September 26, 2017 by Oslo Literary Agency