Fabiano de Abreu, journalist who led by 3 consecutive years the artistic advisor award in "Best Personalities of the year", just returned from the second release of turning your debut book, "Live Might Not Be So Bad", in Portugal. By the end of the year, happen releases in Spain and, finally, in Brazil.
A book was released in Angola also, where the journalist and writer spoke to a packed auditorium at the University Gregorio Semedo, in Luanda.
"Since I was a child I have the hobby of writing poetry, poetry and philosophical phrases. I've always been a very observant, I was looking for the answer and why all. Until not long ago some friends of mine from Brazil and Portugal have read my sentences and said: ' You have to write a book. These phrases are very good '. That's when I arrived my writing to the Publisher Albatross, approved and wanted to do the book with me ", account Abreu.
After printing the book, the first call came from Portugal launch, Municipal Library of Castelo de Paiva. Joaquim Moreira, well known in the region and counter representative of Castelo de Paiva, the one who made the initial contact.
Even before the launch here, the writer prepares the second book, along the lines of the first.
“Live Might Not Be So Bad, are frasetas, short phrases that translate a feeling, behavior, reality, one way to find out who we are, who we are and why we're here, also know how to act in order to be here. A fraseta might be worth a whole book, a fraseta, We have a theme to be addressed and much to talk about him including examples and characters. The idea of my second book, who thought of yet, is to choose some of these phrases and turn into a story, an explanation and an example with evidence, using who knows character.” Said Fabiano de Abreu.