The Princess Diarist: For curious and sad

How do I talk about The Princess Diarist? I think I will start with dividing the book into two parts, the book itself is actually divided into three. But my separating this book into two, is not its content, but rather by the group of people that should read the last book of late and […]

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A Slip of the Keyboard: Fun for writers

Terry Pratchett was undoubtedly a genius in many things. Be it his ability to humor you beyond reason with his vast fantastical ideas or completely emotionally disarm you with his ability to get right to the point of being a human (or not) without you even excepting it. Those are one of the main reasons […]

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Review: Carrie Brownstein – Hunger Makes Me a Modern Girl

Sometimes it’s more difficult to write a review for a book than other times. Those are the times when books hit too close to home. For me, it happened with Carrie Brownstein’s Hunger Makes Me a Modern Girl. The reason was very simple. I come from a small village north of Czech republic. The village […]

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