Ana María Fontán: the rebirth of a writer
Borgessaid: “Whatever fate, however long and complicated it may be, actually consists of a single moment: the moment when man knows for ever who is”. That moment — something similar to what the Japanese call satori— comes to everyone at some point in life: some are reached earlier, others later. Ana María Fontán writes since she was a child. Her path, however, led her in other directions. Today, grandmother and retired woman, she resumed that creative impulse and shaped her: she has just edited her first book, A Risk Idea.
Anne María is Argentinean, but has lived in Spain for 17 years. Writing is his first love, one who accompanied her throughout her life. So far, without however, it had never given it a prominent place because it felt insecure. Or, perhaps, because it just wasn’t the time. But today it is: today is the time of Ana María Fontán, writer.
“ Always I liked to write, since I was a child. He made little books with folded leaves and I gave them to my mother. He wrote and kept everything he was doing. Now I am already a grandmother and I am retired, I have more time and I have decided to take out go on my writing side,” he says. “I always had a restless, creative mind that ended up turning into the paper.”
About A RiskIdea
Your first book is a story of overcoming:
Nuria was a girl who was determined to fulfill the goal she had set herself. He set the bar at the top. He fought hard to achieve it. He attacked with all his strength and enthusiasm, but it was not easy and, in pursuit of a dream, he devised a plan that was nothing common between absurd and original. It was an idea that came up slowly and gave an unexpected result. Nuria, counting on the unconditional support of her brother and two friends, together with her iron will, boldness and some unconsciousness, left aside everything that could divert her from her path, even love. That road was full of truthfuls and thus put his life in danger. In his adventure, which begins in Betanzos and ends in Madrid, they intertwined intrigue, suspense, romance and an encounter with the Italian mafia.
The author tells us about it: “So far all the opinions and reviews that I received have been good. It is a book that hooks from the beginning and conveys a message of overcoming, of struggle, of moving forward even though everything is against you.”
The projects continue
A Sometimes you just need to take the first step: the following are always much more simple. This is why, with her first published book, Ana María Fontán is already preparing her next works . One of them is a collection of stories — some long written and new ones — which will be part of his next book: Tales para lagrimear and others to smile.
“ I want to take advantage of all the opportunities presented to me to continue enjoying of the pleasure of writing, of telling stories and of being able to get them to the people,” the author tells us.
We look forward to eager to have the opportunity to continue enjoying their work.
How to buy A riskidea
The book is available in soft cover edition and e-book, on Amazon. To acquire it, you can contact Ana María Fontán through her Facebook page or by e-mail: email@example.com.
Argentina, licenciada en Comunicación Social y correctora. Me apasiona la escritura, la propia y la ajena. Mi amor por las palabras, por las frases mágicas y perfectas, me llevó a dirigir mi carrera profesional hacia la redacción, a lo que luego sumé la corrección para mejorar mis textos y, también, los de otros autores. Porque una imagen no siempre vale más que mil palabras. Gracias por leerme.
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