Marija Bulatovic Pens New Memoir

SEATTLE, Aug. 13, 2015 /PRNewswire/ Fantastical: Tales of Bears, Beer and Hemophilia, Marija Bulatovic's memoir of her Yugoslavian childhood, has earned high praise among readers and critics alike. Charming, hilarious, touching and endearing, Fantastical is available nationwide in trade paper (ISBN: 978-0-9904106-1-4, 116 pages, $14.99) and eBook ($9.99) editions.

Among the accolades for Bulatovic's Fantastical:

"Unforgettable."

Midwest Book Review

"Elegant and entertaining... a vivid portrait of a place that is lost to history....a lovely gift."

Story Circle Book Reviews

"Bulatovic revels in the joy of expression, of sharing the peculiarities of one's own origins."

Rain Taxi Review of Books

"A delightful, engaging read that can be enjoyed by people of all ages."

Readers' Favorite

It's been said that the truth is stranger than fiction. Marija Bulatovic's Fantastical: Tales of Bears, Beer and Hemophilia, certainly proves that adage. Fantastical takes readers on a wild, unforgettable tour of a country that has vanished from the map, but lives on in this lively collection.

With a pitch perfect voice, and a keen eye for capturing the absurd, the outrageous, the hilarious, the touching, and the sublime, Bulatovic weaves a rich tapestry. Bears, gypsies, quirky family members, foiled plans, unusual and unorthodox neighbors, Fantastical has it all. Lovingly told with an unmistakable fondness and deep affection, Fantastical is resplendent with humor, magic, and whimsy.

Born in Yugoslavia in the 1970s, Marija Bulatovic, along with her parents, immigrated to the U.S. in the 1990s just ahead of the 1990s Yugoslav wars and the breakup of the country. An accomplished business professional with years of experience driving enterprise business with Fortune 500 companies, Bulatovic graduated from Colgate University. Marija Bulatovic lives in Seattle with her husband and son.

Members of the news media wishing to request additional information about Marija Bulatovic or Fantastical are kindly asked to contact Maryglenn McCombs by phone: (615) 297-9875 or email: maryglenn@maryglenn.com

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SOURCE MARIJA BULATOVIC, author

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