2019-01-20 11:31:02

A Girl Called Freak

Desiree Walker Desiree Walker

2019-01-20 11:31:02

My Heart's Home (The Heart Book 3)

Carla Terrell Carla Terrell

2019-01-20 11:31:02

Watching Flower Bloom

Judy Cromer Judy Cromer

2019-01-20 11:31:02

It's Vegan and It Tastes Good

Cesily De Angelo Cesily De Angelo

2019-01-20 11:31:02

Iceblade

A. Kuffner A. Kuffner

2019-01-20 11:31:02

Stories in the Key of Read

Ryan Pak Ryan Pak

2019-01-20 11:31:02

Through Darkness: A Story of the Bosnian Diaspora

Aldiana Deumic Aldiana Deumic

2019-01-20 11:31:02

Lithomancy, the Psychic Art of Reading Stones

Gary L. Wimmer Gary L. Wimmer

2019-01-20 11:31:02

Tom and the Portentus Stomachi

Simon Andrew Sheeran Simon Andrew Sheeran

2019-01-20 11:31:02

Investors' Guide to Farmland

Greyson S. Colvin Greyson S. Colvin

What kind of books do you prefer?

There are a lot of writers who were enough to create one work that made them famous and put them into the centuries. To such authors it is possible to carry boldly the creator of the immortal "Dracula" of 1897, Bram Stoker, born in Ireland. Since childhood he has been an ardent admirer of everything mystical and terrible. His love and became a source for inspiration and subsequent glory. Of modern writers, or rather writers, I want to highlight the American author of the series of novels "Twilight" Stephanie Morgan Mayer. The books sold in 85 million copies and translated into 37 languages. There is also an Australian writer Colin McCullough, the well-known book helped her to wake up. She was educated by Colin Neuropsychologist and was engaged in scientific and teaching activities in the neurobiology department of the Yale School of Medicine at Yale University. Again, we return to modern authors and recall the German writer Patrick Zuskind. He tried hard and long to write good literature, but somehow it did not work. Until one day, his "Perfume" appeared. Both Stephanie Meyer and Patrick Zuskind are alive and well to this day, so we expect new masterpieces from them.