30 lokakuuta 2019

At The Helsinki Book Fair

Last week I spent three days at the Helsinki Book Fair. I listened to writers and poets, most of which were Finnish. Among international writers I listened only two, both Brits: David Nicholls who told about his book Sweet Sorrow / The Guardian and Viv Groskop who told about her book The Anna Karenina Fix: Life Lessons from Russian Literature / The Guardian.

The fair was good and interesting, so much to listen and see. 92 000 people visited the fair during four days - a success! I publish here only some photos. If you want to read about my experienses click yourself to my book blog Kirja vieköön! The text is in Finnish, but there is google translator on the right side bar.

After two days of rest my fatigue is starting to disappear!

10 kommenttia:

  1. You spent so long time there...you must have enjoyed so much!

  2. Gosto de ir a estes eventos, aproveito para desejar a continuação de uma boa semana.

    Dedais de Francisco e Idalisa
    O prazer dos livros

  3. ...it looks like there are a lot of serious readers in Helsinki!

  4. Tais' tulla uudet yleisöenkat :)

  5. Great, you made it, and you did it three times^^. That makes me happy for you and for sure it was very interesting. I like such readings and especially the discussion rounds afterwards.

    Wishing you a beautiful day and sending greetings with

    Happy Halloween ;-)


  6. Hi Riitta,
    I am sure, it was a great and really interesting time at the book fair!
    Thank you for those great impressions!
    Wishing you a lovely day,
    Love and hugs, Claudai xo

  7. Fue una gran feria. Besitos.


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