Cristina Pedroche publishes her own book: "I think I can help other people not feel alone"

This past Tuesday, April 23, Book Day was celebrated around the world.

Oliver Thansan
Oliver Thansan
24 April 2024 Wednesday 04:31
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Cristina Pedroche publishes her own book: "I think I can help other people not feel alone"

This past Tuesday, April 23, Book Day was celebrated around the world. A date marked on the calendar and highly anticipated by many, as it pays tribute to literature and promotes reading among the population. In addition, this celebration also coincides with Sant Jordi Day, the patron saint of Catalonia, and in which it is tradition for people to give each other roses and books.

At the same time, there are also many who take advantage of this spring time to announce the publication of their new literary projects due to the imminent arrival of the Book Fair. A custom that has become very popular among famous faces in our country. The last celebrity to announce this type of launch was Cristina Pedroche.

The presenter of Antena 3's Chimes left her more than two million followers speechless with the announcement of her first literary novel called Thanks to Fear. A book that will be available in all bookstores on June 5.

''I have always liked to write, but since I became pregnant and, above all, since my daughter was born, I have needed to write as therapy. Let it all out on paper so I can understand myself better,' he began by saying on his Instagram profile.

''I was writing and writing, and when I realized, I had something that could resemble a book, but I didn't decide to share it with anyone, not even my family. It's something very mine, the most intimate thing I have, my thoughts and my feelings,' she confessed.

After taking the step, the Planeta publishing house contacted the Zapeando collaborator to make her dream come true. ''I met with her and she gave me the security and confidence to do it,'' he revealed. Although the presenter is facing this new challenge with great enthusiasm, the Madrid native assured that she had "doubts and fear" about revealing her story to the world. ''It makes me dizzy, but I think I can help other people not feel alone,'' she concluded.