BULGARIA (PRWEB) October 09, 2012
From author Dimiter Nachev comes “Fragments,” an unconventional book that is sure to stimulate readers’ minds from beginning to end. A non-parallel collection of verses—visions, quotations, jokers, messages, haiku, expressed in the most concise, fictional kind of fragments—this work is a special mix of original thoughts that provoke reason, common knowledge, as well as one’s sense of humor.
The central theme of “Fragments” revolves around the inner life of the mind and soul, and the keys for extreme solutions as life itself is extreme. This is a book by a mentalist, one who is fond of mind games. Here, Nachev shares a blend of original thoughts—of orthodox and anti logics—that will provoke readers. Mostly serious, at times amusing and poetic, meaningful and meaningless, insightful and touching, shocking and mocking, these fragments provide readers with a stimulating mental workout.
A thought provoking book, “Fragments” is a true example of the all-embracing human thought. These literary pieces won’t leave readers unchanged—for they have the power to change their state of mind, their mental capacities and their direction.
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About the Author
Bulgarian Dimiter Nachev is 35-years-old and is the author of “Fragments.” He has published four collections of fragments in Bulgarian, one of which won the first prize in 2001 for the National Foundation Education, Science, and Culture of UNESCO. The author graduated with excellent marks the secondary school in biology and chemistry in Plovdiv. He already had his doctorate’s thesis ready when he was 18. He graduated with honors in Higher Military Education and gained a Master’s of Art degree in Economics. Nachev has received several reviews, including a highly notable one from the President of the Union of Bulgarian Writers. He has won some contests and has also been an editor of several Bulgarian writers.
FRAGMENTS * by Dimiter Nachev
Publication Date: September 17, 2012
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