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ELIRA BREGU

Author, Columnist, Multilingual, Mother, Sister, Friend, Meditator and Volunteer!

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Elira Bregu studied civil engineering in Italy and Greece. Since her teens, Elira had submitted poems, short stories, and articles in numerous Publications. But she dedicated herself full-time to writing in 2008, honoring her art with advanced writing skills courses in the United States and in Greece.

Elira's blog aims to captivate and engage readers while providing them with an escape from reality. Elira believes in the power of storytelling and enjoys connecting with readers through shared experiences. Elira uses writing to explore life, relationships, and identity complexities, hoping to create a safe space for readers to explore and experience different perspectives of life aiming to grow healthy.


Author of “Monopati,” an Albanian novel. The unequivocal positive feedback of this book by Albanian, Greek, and United Kingdom Critics represents the pinnacle of her literary career.

The novel MONOPATI is about to be published in English for a broader readership.


Author of “Μάγεψέ τους,” a Greek novel based on challenging life experiences - currently being translated into English.


Member of: Los Angeles Press Club

Member of: GLAWS - The Greater Los Angeles Writers Society


Published articles in Greek: http://now24.gr/tag/elira-bregkou/

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"The Path"

The autobiography of a regime

 

"The Path" is a novel devoted to a man who, for decades, couldn't find his way into the communist regime.

 

Through this Novel, published in Tirana, the author tells the shocking stories of her father just a year after his death.

 

"Nobody forced me to transform my father's diary into a book. It was my duty to convey my father's life experience into an encouraging story," the author writes...

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Shqip Newspaper

 

"Monopatet",

autobiografia e një regjimi

"Monopatet", romani autobiografik i kushtohet një burri, që në kalvarin e disa dekadave të jetës gjatë regjimit komunist, nuk e gjeti dot rrugën e tij. 

 

Autoria e romanit të publikuar këto ditë në Tiranë, vendosi të tregojë historitë tronditëse të babait të saj, një vit pasi ai u nda nga jeta.

 

"Askush nuk më detyroi t‘i ktheja në formën elektronike këto dorëshkrime e të bëja të mundur botimin e këtij libri. Ishte dëshira për të transmetuar te kushdo eksperiencën jetësore të babait tim", shkruan autorja…

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Gazeta Shqip

The Path of Her Father's Life


She knew him mainly through his manuscript.

Sadness reflects on her eyes for not being able to exchange love with her father, being unable to be present in his difficulties, and for allowing herself to see him through others' eyes.

Through the book, Elira wrote on her father's anniversary, hoping to pay off her debt!...


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Panorama Newspaper

 

 

 

 

 

Elira Bregu,

në monopatet e jetës së të atit

Ajo e njohu tepër vonë. Më së shumti përmes shkrimit.

I vjen keq, jo vetëm se nuk mundi t’i jepte e të merrte prej tij më shumë dashuri, por sepse për vite me radhë e la veten të shihte me sytë e të tjerëve.

Si për të larë një borxh, por edhe për të dërguar një mesazh dashurie, në përvjetorin e vdekjes së të atit, ajo shkruan një libër…

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Gazeta Panorama

Fathers, Heroes of Reality


"Life experience" describes her father's troubled life by author Elira Bregu, comparing it with a rose whose thorns were the people who surrounded his everyday life, on the street, at work, and even in jail.

"My dad was the hero of reality!" Elira says.

And she is right; our fathers are our heroes...

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Ballkan Newspaper

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Baballarët, heronj të jetës reale
 

Eksperiencë jetësore, e përshkruan me një frazë të vetme jetën e babait të saj Elira, duke shtuar se jeta e tij ishte një trëndafil, gjembat e të cilit ishin njerëzit që e rrethonin çdo ditë në shtëpi, në rrugë, në punë, madje edhe në burg.

 

"Nëse dikush sot më pyet se cili ishte babai im, unë do ti përgjigjesha: Babai im ishte hero i jetës reale.”, thotë Elira.

 

 

Dhe, në fakt ka të drejtë, baballarët tanë janë heronj…

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Gazeta Balkan

"Μάγεψε Τους" has been placed as the Best Book of the week from OK! magazine!

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