Richmond, VA – Elena Bobkova, a Russian lawyer turned Australian immigrant, has led a fascinating life and has written an autobiography to tell readers all about it. In her new book “Russian Lawyer Australian Immigrant: A Moscow Mom’s Every Struggle for a Better Life,” Elena chronicles a year in her life as a Russian lawyer, complete with the struggles of moving, starting over, and finding new jobs in new places.
Elena wrote her new book to open readers’ eyes to what life in Russia today is really like. “With the huge interest in Russian culture and modern Soviet Union Russia, there is still a lot of information about politicians, spies, oligarchs, and fictional characters, but nothing about real, average Russian people and everyday life in Russia,” says Elena. “I want to change that.” Using an honest and humorous tone, Elena seeks to show readers the flaws in the Russian legal system, explain little-known customs, and recount curious traditions that create just as many questions as they answer. “I was lucky enough to live in three different countries: Russia, Australia, and the United States. I am excited to share my story with readers and show them that we are all not so different after all.”
“Russian Lawyer Australian Immigrant: A Moscow Mom’s Struggle for a Better Life” is available on Amazon as an e-book for $8.99 or for free on Kindle Unlimited. To learn more about Elena Bobkova, view other purchasing options, and purchase her new book, please click here.
About Elena Bobkova
Elena Bobkova has worn many hats throughout her life and career. She has a Masters Degree in law and worked as a lawyer in Russia, worked as a personal trainer and rehabilitation trainer in Australia, studied exercise physiology at Sydney University, and now works as a quality engineer in the United States. She has published 5 books in Russian, was a popular Russian blogger and magazine contributor. Married with a funny, sweet little boy, Elena hopes to share Russian culture and tradition with those interested and hopes her struggles in life will inspire others not to give up.