Spain: Rosa’s new challenge

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Rosa López, the 2002 Eurovision Song Contest Spanish representative resumed an old project of hers; a book based on her personal feelings and hopes.

The Spanish singer Rosa López, who participated for her country in the 2002 Eurovision Song Contest, has declared that she plans to complete a project that she had begun but dropped in 2007. The artist is in preparations for the publication of a book written by her in which she reveals her personal thoughts.

Though many might see an autobiography in it, Rosa has revealed that the book is a reflection of herself. Since I am not a writer, I can only speak of feelings, sensations, hopes, she said. Although the book is focused on her, she stated that it would be great if it can be proven useful for others.

Apart from her upcoming book, Rosa is also working on her next album. She indicated too that she enjoys music more now, putting behind the nervousness and the agitation.

Rosa López was the winner of the first edition of the Spanish talent contest Operación Triunfo, in which she was also selected to participate for Spain in the 2002 Eurovision Song Contest with the song Europe’s living a celebration. Her entry reached the sixth position in the Eurovision Song Contest that year. After that experience, she has continued her singing career releasing seven albums so far.

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