selfies, applause and a flattering dress

selfies, applause and a flattering dress
selfies, applause and a flattering dress

The president of the Community of Madrid, Isabel Díaz Ayuso, has chosen a flattering floral print dress to visit the Madrid Book Fair. During her walk through Retiro Park, she has been applauded and acclaimed by several citizens, who have not hesitated to take pictures with her.

Díaz Ayuso, participated this Saturday in the presentation of the audiobook With a woman’s voice, by Guillermo Delgado from Valladolid, a project promoted by the National Organization of the Spanish Blind (ONCE), based on the latest work by the same author, Letters that never arrived. The singer Rozalén; the models Inés Sastre and Sandra Ibarra; the Australian ambassador to Spain, Sophia McIntyre, or the journalists Gloria Lomana and Marta Robles are among the thirty women’s voices collected in an audiobook for people with visual disabilities

The president of the Community of Madrid, Isabel Díaz AyusoEuropa Press

The new audiobook is made up of short stories of everyday stories that anyone can identify with. In his speech, Díaz Ayuso thanked all the writers and collaborators who make reading “remain free and joyful.”

“Thanks to audiobooks, the very act of reading becomes a kind of fruitful accompanied solitude,” he noted. The president highlighted how every year the Book Fair “always celebrate reading with an authentic literary festival” and how the enormous influx of people “gives the opportunity to verify the power” of culture in Spanish.

In this sense, he has assured that Madrid is “a literary region” and the Fair “an event fully starred by those who read, write, edit, distribute and sell”, which makes this event a “fabulous showcase for the publishing sector.” Spanish, with repercussions throughout the world.

 
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