Elizabeth Kostova — American Author born on December 26, 1964,

Elizabeth Johnson Kostova is an American author best known for her debut novel The Historian... (wikipedia)

Sometimes people damage paintings or sculpture because they love it. They throw their arms around a statue in a fit of hysterical passion and it falls over.
My publishers are wonderful because they have let me write what I wanted to. They're wise enough to know that, with any author who's not simply writing formulas - who's trying to create something new - pressuring them to do something for market purposes almost always backfires. I can't imagine working under those circumstances, actually.
Bulgarians eat tarator every single day in summer. They think of it as salad although we'd call it a soup. You can make it as thick or thin as you like depending on how much water you add. It's very practical in summer because yogurt cools the body faster than water, but the water hydrates you.
Every writer hopes his or her book will be its own thing.
I love to cook and I've cooked a lot of Bulgarian food over the years.

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