Facts about me:

Book Worm

I like to read a lot. Everything. Anything. Give me a good story and leave me alone.

Sarcasm Overuser

I know they say 'Sarcasm is the lowest form of wit' but I can't help myself. I find it hilarious and it comes to me as naturally as breathing.

Animal Lover

I love animals(unless they are bugs and they can crawl/fly - sorry guys). I have a cat called Puffi and I am working my way into convincing my husband we desperately need a dog.

Film Junkie

I watch TV shows obsessively. If I show you my list of shows I've watched, watching and will watch you'll probably run away.

Aspiring writer

I am a writer. Always have been, always will be. Even when I'm not writing 😀

Secret Romantic

I know, I know. How could I? The truth is that I don't like reading romance books but I am a big sucker for a blood-racing romantic subplot. I firmly believe that almost every book should have a romantic element(even if the story does not resolve around it).

About my writing

 I’ve always been a storyteller.

   Even before I learned to read and write – I was always the one to think of a game for us children in the neighborhood, the one making up action or horror stories to tell in a circle before our parents shouted through the window to get us home for dinner.

     My passion for writing came to life in fifth grade during an English assignment where our teacher asked us to write an original story. So I did and it was about me and my classmates on a field trip where we stumbled upon some magical creatures, fought goblins and crashed the school bus. Unfortunately, I got a C in English but my teacher was so impressed by my idea that she asked me to write it in Bulgarian (my mother tongue) so she can understand it better…

More about my life


   My life has changed enormously in the past year – and will keep changing. In September 2018 I got married to a wonderful man, we bought and moved into a new apartment and this August we welcomed our first child – Alexander <3 He is the most perfect thing in the world and even though it’s exhausting to take care of the baby I have never been happier. And to my surprise, my writing inspiration came back after the longest pause.

My newest writing obsession is called 'The Time Guardian'

    Every now and then an idea hits me in the head and demands my full attention. Sometimes I get a few chapters out and the idea turns its back on me. Sometimes, it grows until I’ve written a series 😀 The Time Guardian started with this picture (on the left) the idea of this girl just came to me and did not let me sleep until it was written. Now I have book 1 and 2 written from the series and 3 planned out (I’m writing 3 during April’s NaNoCamp. You can definitely check it out 🙂


   Ever since I went out on sick leave (because of the baby) I found myself with a lot of time on my hands. And even though I have a lot of things to do preparing for the baby and moving to a new apartment I have set a goal of 100 books for my Goodreads reading list. Last year I didn’t achieve it but I am confident this year I’ll surpass my expectations.

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