While money can’t buy happiness, it certainly lets you choose your own form of misery.
1. I edited only 15 chapters of my thriller Sophia von X. I still have to add some details about Istanbul, Jerusalem, Yakuza family, Ice Age caves of Europe, Jesus Christ (grave), von Essen family, prologue-epilogue-interview…and most important, Bible. I also changed names of heroes, sigh.
The book is some kind of mix: Charlie’s Angels and Da Vinci Code.
2. I’ll spend Christmas on Malta! Vacation mode! 💃💃 Also, I’m taking a break from blogging until 15 January, but planning to work on Sophia von X and publish it – in the end of January 2020.
3. All my posts are scheduled (until Xmas). Plan is always here
4. I registered my books in the Copyright Register (Sweden/& International). If you are an American, you probably know that you can register your work with the Library of Congress, in general, whatever country you are in – there’s a copyright registry.
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Sharing a very cool book of poetry MARGINALIA, Johan Jonson (check the picture below). I found it in the local library, in the section – ‘For you with a good taste” (yeah, we’ve got a section like this 😜)
The poems are short, 3-4 liners: the funniest thing is the lines between them. Let me give you an example of those lines first:
– I don’t have money
– We must have more money
– I gonna get these fucking money
– I promise you more money
– I love when I have money
The poem-example from Marginalia, J. Jonson
(translated by Ray):
I want to love you, but I have no money
of my body
I write for money
to write is
to suffocate. i want to
I have to get some money, some way
I need more money
death is always
‘inaccessible’ after …
The money is never enough
i have no right
to be free. why
I dream about money at night
and the ocean
Sharing my latest review on Book Viral – here
The man with toothache thinks everyone happy whose teeth are sound.
The poverty stricken man makes the same mistake about the rich man.
Next post – Interview with Sabina Gabrielli Carrara