Michelle Arrouas

Michelle has written Small wonders of Paris and Small wonders of Berlin. She is a French-Danish journalist who has lived in Paris for many years and now calls Berlin her home. She works for the independent journal Roads & Kingdoms as well as a freelance correspondent for several Danish newspapers and magazines. She has a love for all things local and a curiosity to match. In Paris, she always drops by Bob’s Juice Bar for, well, wonderful fresh juices!

Feride Yalav

Feride is the author of Small wonders of Istanbul. She has lived in Istanbul since 2011, when she returned to her Turkish roots after many years abroad. She is the former editor of The Guide Istanbul and a writer for local and international magazines such as The Culture Trip and Brownbook. Feride loves honest food and new design, and you can follow her on her personal blog Istanbul22. One of her favourites for coffee and a creative crowd is Cooklife Balat.

Christian Martinez

Christian has written Small wonders of Barcelona. He was born in the city and has lived there for several years. He is an experienced Spanish-Danish journalist, author of several travel books such as Politiken’s Madrid guide as well as a contributor to Frommer’s Europe guide. In his native Barcelona, he loves to join the locals in the city’s quirky little places. One of them is Suculent, an refurbished bodega with a contemporary twist.

Johanne Westh Sloth

Johanne is our editorial assistant who works with public relations, social media and marketing. She studies Nordic languages at University of Aarhus, loves modern art and travels to discover places local and lesser-known.

David Allington

David has copy-edited the Small wonders guides. He was born in the UK but now lives in Copenhagen where he works at the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts and runs a small proofreading service.

Tine Lind

Tine is an art historian and designer with a love for organic food and slow travel. She draws our maps, co-edits the guides and has an opinion about all things colour. She co-authored Small shops of Rome and also does graphics work for a few larger Danish publishers such as Hans Reitzel and Gyldendal. When in Rome, she will head over to Trastevere and the small organic eatery Rumi. Friendly people and delicious foods.

Jakob Vestergaard

Jakob is the editor and publisher at A Book From Lind. He is the author of Small wonders of Rome – a city for which he and Tine seem to have an eternal love. Jakob is also the travel editor at the Danish newspaper Information and the former head of the online edition of Politiken’s travel book series. He loves to walk the world in his own pace and find quiet spots in bustling cities.


Publisher with a passion

A Book From Lind is a small independent publisher with a love for the unusual. It is the result of two people wanting a life more free and a pace less hurried.

We love exploring the smaller wonders of a city and seek out its hidden places in the side streets and on the quieter plazas. We value time over money and slow over fast, and we believe passionately that simple is better. So join us, undisturbed by emails and phone calls, and navigate the city with a beautiful, printed map that fits your pocket or purse perfectly.

We won’t overload our guides, but simply give you those things that differ them from the rest. A good selection of fine places not everyone will find. Get them here – enjoy!

Tine & Jakob