Published by Kingsley Publishers on April 29th, 2022
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Who is to be blamed for a woman's unhappiness?
Margot's unhappiness is contrary to what you might expect, considering that she lives in Paris and is married to a handsome, successful man she loves. However, as time passes, she feels more certain about her emptiness and realizes how little time her husband Arthur has for her. Finally, she decides to leave him, but then something changes. Not only does Margot not know her husband as well as she thought she did, but she also comes to see that she didn't even know herself that deeply.
Margot's life starts changing when she discovers countless new things about her marriage, which also reawakens old traumas.
But have these signs always been there?
Has Margot's journey been waiting for her long before she became aware of it, and can her marriage be saved?
Margot is surprised to discover Arthur knew her much better than she ever thought possible.
Greetings! Welcome to our stop at the blog tour for Dissatisfied by Ksenija Nikolova. This blog tour is organized by Lola’s Blog Tours and the tour runs from 25 April till 8 May. You can see the tour schedule by clicking on Lola’s Banner:
Dissatisfied is about the danger of dissatisfaction and how to be happier. We are so intrigued by this book and can’t wait to finish reading it and share our thoughts with you. For today, we will just share an excerpt or two with you:
“Margot, there are diseases that come and go, and there are those that are part of us forever. We live with them and we can even become better people because of them, but that doesn’t mean we should underestimate them and give them back their power, hoping that this time they won’t try to kill us.
For example, a recovering alcoholic turns into a person who once had a problem with alcohol, but that doesn’t mean that the problem is permanently resolved. That’s why it’s very important to live your whole life properly, without giving power to your diseases. Do you know what an illusion is? It’s an illusion when the same alcoholic after two years of abstinence thinks he can drink a few glasses from time to time because he no longer has a problem with alcohol and can drink only when he wants to. And? Less than two months have passed – that person starts drinking again every day, and in the morning instead of coffee, he or she wakes up to something stronger,” said Danielle and sat down again.
“Good morning my blue beauties, how are you today? I hope you feel good here. I’m very happy that you’re part of our garden and I hope that one day this whole space will be full of you. I adore you so much.” I started watering them. “I want you to be happy here. I’m not an example to you, to be honest. I may not know what happiness is, but I know what misfortune is, and I can tell you that there’s no place for both in one place. One who is happy will always choose happiness. A happy person won’t use even the greatest misfortune as an excuse to be unhappy. It’s a matter of choice. I wish for each of you to be happy here, my beautiful irises,” I told them.
Not quite sure if this is some crazy talk, or if there is deeper element here. On a hunch, I’m going to say there are deeper elements here and we will let you know as soon as we are done reading and our review is up. From these excerpts, would you like to read this book?
Then it’s your lucky day! There is a tour wide giveaway for the blog tour of Dissatisfied. The author is giving away one paperback copy of Dissatisfied. Open International.
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About the Author
Ksenija Nikolova is a Macedonian fiction author. She is the author of six books, her work is translated into English, Bulgarian, and Russian. She says people inspire her, and she thinks of art as an ice breaker that pushes boundaries and changes the way they see things. The world has become very judgmental and ignorant, and Ksenija believes that writing stories that smash discrimination and stereotypes can make us better and happier. Ksenija is currently working on a new novel she is very excited about. She is writing it in English and is enjoying every step of the process.