Eurovision 2015 semi-final 1

Lack of time didn’t allow me to post earlier. Here are the songs in Eurovision 2015 semi-final 1 (19.05) that I liked. 10 songs from 10 European countries, and only one partly sang in national language – all others in English, sadly.

Eurovision is the only chance in TV to listen to singers/bands from all over the Europe (and beyond ;)). Some people say it’s kitsch, some says the festival has hardly anything in common with song quality, but I still like it and watch Eurovision whenever I can.

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Worldly Literature in 2015: summary so far

Here will be a summary of books (sorted by author’s countries) that I read so far in 2015 and some that I have in my current pile. Feel free to comment, if you have some suggestions for books for me.

I have made two challenges: one is more Poland oriented (but nobody said you can’t read books/comics from other countries), one is about reading literature from across the world (Around the World: A to Z 2015).

I only read 19 books so far this year, so far (not counting comics) from 9 countries. Six more countries on my list. I owned only 2 books (e-books), the rest was borrowed from libraries. Continue reading to see the list and my short opinion on each book.

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Currently listening (13.11.2013)

For a week or two, I’ve been in a mood for a European music. I’ve been especially listening to some Balkanian or former Yugoslavian music. I got some music from Bosnia & Herzegovina, Serbia, Croatia and Montenegro.

Continue reading to see (and hear) which former Yugoslavian artists and songs I’m listening to.

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