Liebstar Award Nomination

Thank you very much  Souptik Banerjee ( for the nomination of my blog for The Liebstar W.


Here are my answers on your questions:

What brought you to blogging?

Many reasons and among them are: knowing different people and cultures, new things, introducing news from my region (Bosnia and Herzegovina and the whole region of this part of Europe), and learning something new every day.

What’s your writing/blogging goal for 2018?

Will be to post more posts about new events in the region and my country, to learn and find out more about WordPress, to read more great posts from all bloggers.

Which novel agitated or shook you up the most?

  1. “The Hand of Fatima” by Ildefonso Falcones de Sierra (review:

In 1564, after years of Christian oppression, the Moors of Granada exact a terrible revenge against their masters: after the ensuing bloodbath, the white houses of the Christians are daubed with their blood.

Hernando is a Moor torn between two cultures, his blue eyes a constant reminder of the disgrace of his birth after his mother was raped by a Christian priest. Constantly referred to as the ‘Nazarine’ by his stepfather, he is forced to sleep in the stables with the mules.

When Hernando meets a black-eyed beauty, Fatima, she becomes the love of his life. Driven by hatred and jealousy, his stepfather condemns Hernando to slavery and steals Fatima for himself. When Hernando hears that Fatima is dead he is stricken by grief and immerses himself in study, believing that he can be instrumental in bringing the two faiths, Christianity and Muslim together; after all, they worship the same God, and the Virgin Mary is sacred to both. Hernando’s struggle for enlightenment determines his every action. Shunned by the Moors as a Christian sympathiser and seen as a heretic by the Christians, beset by trials and betrayal, his determination never wavers.

In an engrossing story of epic proportions, scrupulous historical detail and memorable characters that remain with the reader long after the book is closed, Ildefonso Falcones has produced a true work of art.)

2. “2666” by Roberto Bolaño (900page novel)

What superpower would you like to possess?

None at all, just the wish to determine all wars and conflicts around the world.

What do you think should be done to minimise crimes against women and children?

Speak loud and often on all media (radio, TV’s, newspapers, web portals,…etc.) about all crimes and have a stronger punishments against convicted persons.

I’d like to nominate the following bloggers:

Raj (

Pooja G (

Jen (

Yinglan (

I would like to nominate many, many other great bloggers, and I plan to do it with the next chance in the future.

Here are the questions for my nominees:

What would you recommend to any future bloggers?

What is your biggest plan in 2018?

Which TV show or movie agitated or shook you up the most?

Do you listen to the radio and if yes, what is the name of your favorite radio-.station?

Do you plan to have some new hobby in 2018 and what will be your new hobby?


This is the link to the award




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