I speak French and adore reading French books and books in French. I worked in Alliance française in Varna, Bulgaria in the past and there was a big library with plenty of classic and modern French and Francophone literature. As Alliance française organized a lot of cultural events, we also invited many famous writers and authors to be our guests and make workshops around their books. I met some of the people mentioned below like Eric-Emmanuel Schmitt and Frédéric Beigbeder in person and had copies of their books autographed specially for me! What an honour!
I love reading and I always have a book in my bag just in case. However, three books stand out of my list not because they are classics or bestsellers, they certainly are, but because there is so much wisdom, hidden answers and concentrated knowledge on some interesting (at least for me) topics like depression and happiness, leadership and business, peace of mind and good will.
How to escape reality in a Dutch rainy day? Host a book club! I am a big fan of all sort of ''Book challenges'', ''Read-the-world lists'' and ''Absolutely must-read lists'' and one day while listing different ''pins'' on Pinterest in the train, I got the idea to host a Book club at my place and [...]
''Oranges. One girl's honest story about how to grow up'' (Апельсинки. Честная история одного взросления) by Olga Savelieva and ''The last plumber'' (Последний сантехник) by Slava Se Reading is vital for me. I read while commuting to and from work, in the evenings and whenever and wherever I can. But sometimes I want to read [...]
Legend of the first Kuker Warrior Recently I read the article ''22 Ambassadors Recommend the One Book to Read Before Visiting Their Country'', the list being very interesting and offering interesting books from countries like Azerbaijan and Bhutan among others. So I was thinking ''Which book would I recommend to somebody planning to visit Bulgaria?''. [...]