Life after the launch of “Bittersweet Symphony”

The launch of “Bittersweet Symphony” took place last Sunday, May 18, at Nolan on Lovel Art Gallery in Katoomba, Blue Mountains.

Signing books at Nolan on Lovel Art Gallery. Photo by Josefina Villella Turró
Signing books at Nolan on Lovel Art Gallery. Photo by Josefina Villella Turró

It was a great occasion to meet my friends and celebrate my achievement. Dr Lindsay Duncan was the official presenter, and he spoke about the one good book in every one of us. But he also said that not everyone of us writes this so-called good book.

I have achieved a dream—writing and publishing the first of a series of books that live in my head, but that on a day-to-day basis become characters on a page.

Hard work? I don’t know … Lots of fun? Maybe … Inner dialogue? For sure!

I now feel a mix of great happiness coupled with immense exhaustion. A good friend of mine reminded me that it’s only natural. It sure is a big achievement, but I’m onto the next big thing now, my first collection of short stories and a second novel.

Guys, FF Jensen is here to stay 🙂

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8 thoughts on “Life after the launch of “Bittersweet Symphony””

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