Presenter and books author, Edyta Folwarska, emphasizes that for many years she has dreamed of writing good romances that would gain such popularity as the white series Harlequin. Now, when her next novel hit the shelves of bookstores, the presenter doesn’t hide satisfaction from the fact that a large group of readers became interested in Oliwia's story and they were curious about her further fate. ‘All my men and all my dramas’ is a continuation of ‘Collection of unwanted love.’ The author assures that there are no autobiographical plots.
"’All my men and all my dramas’ is the story of a Warsaw journalist, Oliwia, who, in search of love, meets uninteresting men who often break her heart. Sometimes she is a girl for one night, something that probably happened to most women. In the second part, our main character dates, meets different men and rejects the right one, because he is too good, as unfortunately women usually do. And there is always one ‘but’ in Oliwia's life, I will not reveal it here, but it ends very sadly," Edyta Folwarska reveals.
“From birth, I wanted to write books, or rather harlequins. When I was 18, instead of studying for high school exams, I read harlequins, loved the white series, which was printed in 1998. They were short stories about true, fairy-tale love, which, unfortunately, is missing today. And I really wanted to write about it, but I think I also failed, because the main character has a broken heart all the time,” Edyta Folwarska adds.