Mom’s favorite European reads including The Wanderer – A Tear and A Smile: Reflections of an Immigrant by Ronesa Aveela. More here 👇 https://issuu.com/momsfavoritereads/docs/august_2021_edition_2/68
Sylva Fae talks with Manse Ahmad about his new Channel 4 (UK) experimental series, Surviving the Stone Age: Adventure to the Wild, a three-part documentary which charts the challenges participants face living off the land in the Rhodope Mountains of Bulgaria. https://issuu.com/momsfavoritereads/docs/january_2021/8
Summer fun recipes. Discover tasty Bulgarian cuisine with Ronesa Aveela 👇 https://issuu.com/momsfavoritereads/docs/august_edition/18
As part of the Authors Give Back sale where authors support readers during this difficult time both the English language and Bulgarian versions of The Hermit of Hisarya are currently available FREE The Hermit of Hisarya by Hannah Howe is part of the Amazon #1 Sam Smith Mystery Series. Each book in the series can … Continue reading The Hermit of Hisarya
The Green Card by Silviya Rankova “I sometimes feel as if I’m standing in the middle of a bridge looking in two directions: one that points to the U.S., the other that points to Bulgaria. But no matter which direction I head, I will still be home. I strongly believe that we as humans should … Continue reading The Green Card by Silviya Rankova
Fantasy worlds can be magical, terrifying, and brutal all at once. The Unborn Hero of Dragon Village by Ronesa Aveela tells the tale of a 12-year-old boy named Theo who journeys to a mystical land called Zmeykovo (Dragon Village) to rescue his sister. The map below shows all the places he visits as he tries … Continue reading What’s Your Fantasy World?
by Ronesa Aveela Veelas, Wilis, Yuda, Samovili, Vili. These are a few names of nymphs of Slavic folklore, each group a little different from the Bulgarian Samodivi. Are they real or merely myths that have survived throughout the centuries? Who are these creatures? Where did they come from? And why do people fear them so … Continue reading Samodivi — Witches of Darkness or Thracian Goddesses?