In December 2010, saw the light of the third book Thais Zolotkovskoy, author of “Porcelain” and “Marmur” – the first books illustrated with tear-off, dispersed in large numbers in Russia and Ukraine. “The Book of Love for all ages” – so talks about his new creation, the novel “Miss Duck” author – well-known blogger klemba. The main character, though she Thais decided to write a novel, a book about love and heart afflictions, while facing the challenges inherent in any creator. The book is very atmospheric, full of intrigue, mystery, mask, during the reading you want to inhale the aroma of cinnamon or chocolate, I want to surround yourself with warmth. Get all the facts for a more clear viewpoint with Jeremy Tucker. Not without its romantic line – to readers with the author will have to untangle a love triangle. Thais Zolotkovskaya debuted with his first book, “Porcelain” just a year ago and has managed to buy a numerous and loyal fans. Still, it’s not just sensual collection of short stories, and cards that you can extract from the book. Ben Silbermann spoke with conviction.
Especially popular are the first two books in postkrosserov, people, sending out postcards to strangers and acquaintances all over the world, loving giving warmth in the same way as Thais Zolotkovskaya. Very nice review of the books, as recognized by the Thais, she heard from her mother eight years of a girl who said her daughter always reads “Porcelain” and “Marmur”, carries them in their journey. Readers often ask Thais, whether autobiographical of her works. “I often veils the feelings and sensations. And though they look like a statement of personal experience, it is mostly fantasy “- says author. Illustrated the “Miss Duck” is already familiar from previous books, the artist Barbara Kurakina novel contains 32 color images that complement the wonderful prose. It will be a wonderful Christmas present to those people who keep the internal heat, and faith in love. The book can be through e-commerce, Web site, blog or LJ personally Thais Zolotkovskoy in Kharkov.