To save one is to save the world: The Tattooist at Auschwitz by Heather Morris

As someone who did not enjoy learning about history at school, I find myself surprisingly intrigued by historical fiction books. When I saw "The Tattooist at Auschwitz" on the shelves of Nautilus bookstore, I bought it immediately and read it only few days after.

Collection of resources for book cover enthusiasts – initiatives, videos, and a book

The concept of book covers fascinates me from multiple perspectives. Whether it's about synthesizing the key aspect of a story, balancing mystery and clarity, or reinventing the public perception on a classic story, the book cover is an essential component of the book as a whole. During my research about book covers I discovered resources … Continue reading Collection of resources for book cover enthusiasts – initiatives, videos, and a book

Non-fiction mini reviews: personal development & psychology

Hello! During the first months of 2019 I read 3 personal development books that I want to share with you - maybe you'll be inspired to read them! One of them is about being more organized (from different points of view), while the other two books are about human psychology. § "The Organized Mind" by … Continue reading Non-fiction mini reviews: personal development & psychology