My beginnings as a writer
It wasn’t until I turned 19, after a trip to New York, that I decided to write again. I had already an idea in my head, so inspired by the trip, I sat every day for a whole year and ended up writing an entire novel of 298 pages, and then, the following year, its sequel. Then, I tried to publish them; and there I found the worst part of being a writer: the editorial rejection, again and again. But this did not stop me, instead, it made me want to be better. Since then, only one thing remainded in my head: what I’d write, whatever it is, must be unprecedented and should literally send the reader's head into space. And that was how I started a new story, incorporating the shadows from the first tale and a style of writing in which I blended reality with fiction. The result was a novel called: Labyrinth of the Zodiac.