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Meetup to meet up with readers

I (again) started organizing a meetup for the Protector – Recovering Memories debut, but this time it seems to be fixed. Only it’s not in London but in Budapest (it’s still on my list to make a meeting there too, so stay updated).

I booked the place and the time, so now I just sit and wait who wants to turn up! 🙂

Protector – Visszatért Emlékek könyvemutató és beszélgetés

Tuesday, Nov 27, 2018, 5:00 PM

H13
Horánszky u. 13. Budapest, HU

3 Members Attending

Az író bemutatkozik, és mesél a frissen kiadott könyvéről, a Protector – Visszatért Emlékekről. A könyv egy nagyobb projekt keretében készült, és személyes élményeken keresztül veszi végig a reinkarnáció és a karma nagy kérdéseit. Tavaly jelent meg a könyv angol nyelven, és idén végre magyarul is kezükbe vehetik az olvasók. A fél órásra tervezett m…

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In June I announced boldly an upcoming meetup, a so-called Debut Event to introduce my book. Sadly, I had to cancel that for multiple reasons. But, here I am again, thinking about making it happen – in December. There are plenty of questions still waiting to be answered: the location, the other organizers, the presentation, and so on. No promises just now. Anyway, I hope we can make it this time!!! 🙂

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Planned time:

  • 9 December, London (location unknown)
  • 10 December, Brighton (location unknow)

September came and went

The events of September? Oh, there were so many, I can hardly remember them all. I was excercising a lot, and I visited an R Studio workshop, a Tableau Data Science Meetup, a performance on the phenomena as Love holds the world together by the artist Andras Laar, and many more.
One of the best things about September was attending a cooking course: Vegan Glutenfree Cake Cooking! Learn, learn, till your last day – this was my favourite teacher’s motto, and I fully agree. Cooking courses are an amazing pastime where you can attain a variety of useful knowledge. Not only that, the cakes we made were pretty and delicious, and, best of all, much less complicated to make than I anticipated.. 🙂

It was organized by Dori: 

https://www.facebook.com/veganmerfelsz/