Nicola’s Leg by Natacha Pavlov : book now available

I’m SO HAPPY to announce that my latest book, Nicola’s Leg, is now available! 😀

Nikita and Natacha, of Russian nobility, flee the Russian Revolution to Jerusalem’s Mount of Olives. Thus is born my grandfather Nicola’s story: from adolescence in Eastern Europe, to serving in Egypt during World War II, to his imprisonment at the onset of Israel’s Six-Day War, his journey unfolds, eventually culminating in the loss of his legs.

Hardcover, 123 pages. Available here: http://www.natachapavlov.com/nicolas-leg

Cover art was made by Victoria Cooper Art, who creates great historical fiction book covers!

 

 

 

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“Twisted Reflections” Goodreads Giveaway – Thank You!

The first Goodreads Giveaway for my short story collection “Twisted Reflections” has ended and the 12 winners announced! Books have been shipped out and are on their way 😀

THANK YOU TO EVERYONE WHO ENTERED! If you’ve added the book to your to-read shelf, you’ll be notified whenever there’s another giveaway. There’ll be another one soon for both national and international entrants 🙂

Want your own copy now? Get it here!

Twisted Reflections - Natacha Pavlov

“Twisted Reflections” short story collection now available :)

Happy 2016 everyone!

I’m excited to announce that my short story collection “Twisted Reflections” is now available!

http://www.natachapavlov.com/twisted-reflections

There’ll also be a Goodreads giveaway for the book that starts Friday January 15th!! 🙂

https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/28459900-twisted-reflections

Goodreads Book Giveaway

Twisted Reflections by Natacha Pavlov

Twisted Reflections

by Natacha Pavlov

Giveaway ends February 14, 2016.

See the giveaway details
at Goodreads.

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Cheers to the new year and beyond!! ❤

TR_NatachaPavlov

80s – 90s Soundtrack to my Belgian childhood

In the midst of writing some of my “Twisted Reflections” short stories based on my childhood growing up in Brussels, Belgium, it quickly got me thinking about the tunes that essentially made up the soundtrack of my earlier years.

After serious time spent down memory lane, what ensues is this list of 60 songs—mostly covering popular tunes (and sometimes older ones that made an impact) during my years spent in Brussels from 1985 – 1996.

These are a combination of tracks based on what I remember most and songs / artists I liked. Made up mostly of European and American musicians, I can now easily spot the significant dance influence… Haha, memories! 😀   Continue reading