istanbul.jpgI’m a student of Veterinary Medicine (+ studying Spanish at The Institute Cervantes) who loves to read and travel and sometime to be lazy. I’m reading/writing in Serbian (my mother tongue), English & Spanish (so if you see all these languages here don’t be confused).

By the way I live in Belgrade Serbia, using Serbian on everyday basis so don’t be too harsh if you spot some grammar mistake😉

Thank you for stopping by, Welcome!

12 Responses to “About me”

  1. Mommyba Says:

    Nice to know a little bit more about you🙂

  2. Nana Says:

    Hakuna matata😉
    It is very inspiring knowing you…

  3. jimmytomato Says:

    Impressive, I always admire people who can speak more than two languages!

    Great blog you have here!

  4. Ashley Says:

    Thanks for commenting! Yes, it always nice to stumble upon fellow bookcrossers. I agree that Lovemylife is indeed a sweetheart.

    I will look into bookobsessed.com as you suggested! Sounds interesting.

    Thanks again!

  5. jonkepa Says:

    Pues para ser serbio escribes muy bien el español, hay españoles que lo hacen mucho peor.
    Uno de los objetivos de este blog ( my blog) es el de dar a conocer esos conflictos y esos problemas que hay por todo el mumdo y que apenas conocemos.
    Kosovo está muy cerca de nosotros, como Serbia y toda la zona de los Balcanes, gente como tú nos puede ayudar a conocer esta zona tan cercana y tan lejana a nosotros.
    Gracias por tus comentarios y vuelve cuando quieras.

  6. Mirjana Says:

    Cao!

    POkusavam da pronadjem kako se zove knjiga “A 1000 splendid nights” na Srpskom pa mi je na google izasla ova stranica:) Nisam nasla odgovor ali eto tebe da pitam mozda znas!

    Zelela bi da preporucim drugarici knjigu ali ne znam kako se tacno zove na nasem. Koju si ti verziju citao, na Engleskom ili Srpskom?

    Great book! pozdrav tebi i hvala unapred!

  7. Lori Says:

    I LOVE your blog. Can’t remember how I found it, but so glad I did. Your perspective on the world, from what seems the edge of the east/ west divide, is way cool. I’m an American who lived in Libya as a child, also traveled a lot in Europe. and my birthday is 2 days after yours… Thanks for being here.

  8. If Says:

    I luv this blog so much,it is so inspiring.

  9. Michael Tim Says:

    I love your site!🙂

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  10. Nessa Saelind Says:

    Preletila sam pogledom preko bloga i vidjela da komentiraš pročitane knjige. Nisam još sve stigla pročitat, ali to je i meni omiljeni hobi.🙂 Samo što sam ja to jako lijena napisat na engleskom i objavit na blogu. Kad pišem na hrvatskom onda mi je nekako manji problem.

  11. Globalese Says:

    Zdravo,

    I’ll be teaching Uzodinma Iweala’s “Beasts of No Nation” next semester and I would like to explore with my students the connections between the novel and Fela Kuti’s song.

    Unfortunately the link you provided to the full lyrics of the song doesn’t function.

    If you could help me in any way to get the full Fela text, I’d be very grateful… (I have tried to copy the lyrics by listening but I’m having difficulties with some passages.)

    Hvala!

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