Ronesa Aveela grew up in Bulgaria and moved to the US where she completed her Master’s degree in Boston. She is the author of stories inspired by the magic of Bulgarian, Thracian, and Slavic mythology.
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Praise for Dragon Village
“Dragon Village is a beautiful book in every sense. I read the book with my two children and we were all enthralled by the story. The author blends elements of Harry Potter, Tolkien and the medieval poem Sir Gawain and the Green Knight with Slavic mythology to create an original, engrossing tale.
This is a book that will appeal to both boys and girls as it is filled with adventure and magic. Many positive messages can also be taken away from this story such as; together you’re stronger and that love is a more powerful force than hate.
This book brought back so many fabulous memories. It is family night – sitting by the fire around my father’s recliner. The story books he chose to read were always fantastic tales of worlds that dwell within in the realms of imagination. This is one of those stories!
In addition to learning more about the rich Bulgarian mythology and folklore, the book offers an adventurous story and characters the keep you interested until the very last page. A great read for the whole family!”
Praise for Mystical Emona
“Set in a timeless village by the Black Sea, Mystical Emona tells a tale of a love that has spanned centuries and seeks realisation once more in this present time. The quaint little town sits easily alongside the legends and myths that have grown with it over the centuries and its inhabitants have no inhibitions in publicly proclaiming their beliefs. The mythological world that leaps from the pages is made all the more mythic by the poetic nature of the writing.”
Praise for Love Light Rituals
“This is an enchanting book about Bulgarian folklore, legend and mythology and a very good example of why it is important that stories are handed down from generation to generation in order to preserve what is rich in any given culture. It is the perfect antidote to an all pervasive monoculture encroaching on communities worldwide, stripping them of their uniqueness.
The book is entertainingly written and beautifully illustrated with the changing of the seasons and their respective rituals brought to life via three generations of the fictitious Pavlov family.”