The much awaited adventure of the summer has come true. After 6-months of planning, organising, and creating connections in city I’d never been to before, I hosted a book reading of The Girl Who Wanted to Catch a Cloud in a Marmalade Jar in San Francisco.
This year has been a breakthrough year in my writing. Since I published my children’s book The Girl Who Wanted to Catch a Cloud in a Marmalade Jar in late April, I started to wonder what people really dream about. Each book event gives an opportunity to discover one’s dreams in a different way. London In […]
I am most thrilled today to announce the official dates of my book readings. What I’m even more thrilled about is having the opportunity to bring children and parents together to have a conversation about their dreams. <Read More: The Girl Who Wanted To Catch A Cloud In A Marmalade Jar> About The Book Readings […]
For year 2016 I truly wish for one thing: to impact more people with my writing, so they can get inspired and find a way to live a fulfilled life. Truth is, I’ve been putting up with writing far more than I would like to. But I’m planning to cause some results this year and they’re not going to happen for anyone but you.
For 2015 I wish for one thing: to live as a writer in each and every moment there is. Whatever that sounds to you like, for me it’s about going outside of my comfort zone and being really, really brave, while feeling really, really scared. Well, I couldn’t try any better than by doing my very first book reading in Prague.
I’m doing my very first book reading and it will be held this Thursday in the Prague’s Globe Bookshop & Café. I can barely hold my excitement as well as my fear from what it’s going to look and feel like, to read my books in front of other people.