ILIP announces the publication of Prague for Beginners: Finding Myself in Prague

We are very excited to announce that Prague for Beginners is now available in a brand-new, 1st edition print version, as well as an updated e-book version (3rd edition).


This brief review highlights some of the wonderful events in 1994 Prague as it wakes up to the 20th (and soon-to-be 21st) century after 50 years of totalitarian rule:

"Elizabeth Logan goes to Prague in 1994 to teach English to beginners. She has missed the crest of the wave, both by missing the first exuberant rush of freedom in the Czech Republic in 1989 and by being 34 years old, yet not knowing exactly what she wants to do with her life. She finds unexpected challenges in Prague: losing her flat, her job, and her mysterious Czech would-be boyfriend. But she eventually finds her purpose for being in Prague: discovering what love is, and how to find it."

We invite you to visit the amazon.com website and read a free excerpt of this romantic novel!




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