One of the biggest book publishers in Serbia, Laguna will showcase its complete range containing over 4,000 titles at the Belgrade Book Fair.
In addition to great discounts, Laguna has invited a number of renowned writers whom readers can personally meet at the Belgrade Fair. In addition to numerous local authors, the Belgrade Book Fair will play host to foreign guests too.
American writer David Vaughan is one of the best representatives of contemporary American prose. He was born in the Aleutian Islands and spent his childhood in Ketchikan, Alaska. For twelve years, no agent wanted to publish his first book, “The Legend of Suicide”, so he decided to go to sea and he became a captain and shipbuilder. Once it was published, “The Legend of Suicide” won eleven awards, was translated into over twenty languages, became an international bestseller and was on the list of top sellers in eleven countries.
David Vaughan will be Laguna’s exclusive guest at the Fair and will have meet&greet with the readers on Saturday, 26th October, from 15:00 at the Laguna stand in Hall 1, and the following day, Sunday, 27th October, from 17:00 at the Delphi bookshop at SKC.
Sofia Lundberg is the author of the world bestseller “The Red Address Book”. She will present her new book, “A Question Mark Is Half a Heart” at the Fair too. This is a story about overcoming shame and guilt, about truth and acceptance of one’s nature, but above all about how to love. Sofia Lundberg will meet with her readers at the Belgrade Book Fair on Friday, 25th October, from 16:00 in Hall 1, at the Laguna stand. The next day, on 26th October, she will visit the Delphi bookshop in the Zmaj Jovina Street in Novi Sad, when she will sign the books. On the same day, from 18.00 onwards, she will have a meet&greet with the readers at the Delphi bookshop SKC.
In her new book “Ples oko sunca”, the most famous and controversial female writer from the region, Vedrana Rudan, speaks honestly and without embellishment about her intriguing life. Vedrana Rudan writes about her carefree childhood, her children and grandchildren, and her evolution from an ice-cream sales girl to the most popular writer in the region. Finally, Vedrana Rudan shows us why in life it is more important and more difficult to look in the mirror without shame. Readers will have the opportunity to meet Rudan on Saturday, 26th October, from 18.00. in Hall 1, at Laguna’s stand.
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