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Slivovitz
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13 March 2019

Slivovitz

A young woman with a successful career is on the verge of an existential crisis. On the way to salvation she goes through illusory love, physical violence, sleepless nights and drained bottles. And through a purifying friendship that overcomes geographical distances and connects two human worlds into a spiritual kinship. It is a book about finding a Home, but not as a place in space, but as a place in the heart.

"If you are reading these words, there are two options: either to open the novel and immerse in it, or you have already done it, you have closed the book but still want it somehow to continue. In both cases, I envy you. In the first - because you are going to read a deep, beautiful, sad, sometimes painful, but sincere and ultimately omnipotent human story, and in the other case - that you have already experienced this emanation of friendship and love. "Slivovitz" is a sip of icy fire that flows into the mind, the heart and the veins of everyone who unfolds its pages and his/her soul for this literary feast. " Svetlozar Zhelev

"This book will enchant you and you won't forget it because it will make a bed for you." Dimitar Shumnaliev

About the Author
Katerina  Hapsali

Katerina Hapsali graduated in economics and Spanish in the United States, then returned to Bulgaria. Since 2000 she has worked actively as a journalist, though she prefers the broader definition "a person of words" and it is hardly a coincidence that she's been preparing for her doctorate in philosophy now. Among her favorite media projects over the years are the radio show "Talk to her" (Darik Radio), and the magazine headings "Lie Detector" and "Women with History" (TEMA magazine). She is the first editor of "Harper's BAZAAR" magazine in Bulgaria. "Greek Coffee" is her first novel.

In March 2015, Greek coffee was nominated for "Helicon" 2015. This is the only Bulgarian award for high acchievements in all genres of fiction. 

In May 2015, the novel was awarded second prize in the „Prose“ category of the 43rd edition of the Literature Days "Southern Spring" in Haskovo, Bulgaria, a traditional competition for debut books of all genres. 

In June 2015, Greek coffee was nominated for  the National Literature Prize "Elias Canetti" of Rousse Municipality, Bulgaria.

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