“Mom, are you writing about me again?” My daughter sounded offended. “Again everyone will look at me, ‘Are you the girl who doesn’t like to apologize?’” I hugged her and showed her the letter I was writing was not about her. But her question made me think—she had a right to be disappointed. I had
This article is an entry in the MAI Devotional Writing Contest. By Daniel Nalbantski, Bulgaria I have lots of fun writing novels. I feel the master of my protagonists’ destiny. I can do with them anything I want: I could make them talk the way I’d talk, and do things I’d do. I could kill
By Cristina Krahling The challenges many Bulgarian women face are familiar to Gabi Madjarova (right): balancing work with piles of laundry and dirty dishes, paying bills and juggling time for family. The 30-something mother of four is already known for her family life column in MP’s Leah Magazine. When her first book launches in early
We are using cookies to give you the best experience on our website.
You can find out more about which cookies we are using or switch them off in settings.