Books are beautiful, but for every book, many trees must die. For this, the Kingdom has proclaimed actions on saving nature from destruction. We recycle, reduce, reutilize and every day we try to plant different species that will help the environment and ourselves. Our Garden We will grow flowers and little plants, and below you… Continue reading Our commitment to Earth
We are entrepreneurs which main business is book reviews and book editing. Inkish Kingdoms was founded by a literature graduate and brought to life by an International Affairs graduate. Our main line of business is reading, reviewing, and analyzing books and other stories. We also provide constructive feedback to those who wish us to review… Continue reading About
Majored in International Affairs, specialized in International Politics. I am the Creative, Content, Style & Design Director and Editor of the Inkish Kingdoms Emporium. In my official busy time I’m fully dedicated to Adult Learning.
Lover of Alice in Wonderland and every text written by Carol Lewis. Right now entered a poetry stage where can easily finish a poetry book but I struggle with novels.
Poetry writer and avid poetry consumer. Literature and politics blogger. Poliglot on the way where Spanish, English, French and soon German will drive my brain crazy every day.
Definitively a fan of good books and a good cup of English tea, with milk and two cubes of sugar. “Amor Vincit Omnia” (Love defeats all) is my mantra.
I am the content editor and creator of the Inkish Kingdom Emporium that embraces diversity as a way to strengthen the kingdom instead of weakening it.
I believe that we can learn something from everything that we read, and I love to share it. Blogging and its community have taken the reading experience to another level since I was able to establish real and human conversations with book lovers.
I am a GoodReads fan, compulsive book buyer, an advocate of the reading habit, and lover of #bookish photos! The kingdom is in a constant book discussion! My best partner in crime while reading would be an unsweetened cappuccino or a hibiscus lemonade tea and the sweet aroma of a lavender candle.
“It was like looking at the sun and not going blind” – John Corey Whaley. One of the most remarkable phrases ever.