The author says that change is the most certain thing in life. When he was five years old, his mother showed him the Trojan monastery. Since then he treats the unexplainable with respect. It's not unusual for his books to contain "a part of God".
Vasil Kinov (1940-2010) was a Bulgarian story writer and novelist. He wrote seventeen novels, some of which were translated into nine languages, including Polish, Czech, Greek, English, and French.
Vasil Kinov translated several Polish authors and for his work he was awarded with the distinction “Honoured Polish Culture Worker”.
Letters to Myself