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On Thursday, Michelle Obama surprised with the cover of her upcoming book Becoming. The 54-year-old can be seen against a light blue background in a white top. With an open laugh, she looks directly at the viewer.

The commentary states, I am delighted to be able to share the cover of ‘Becoming’ with you, and the writing process of this book has been so significant and enlightening to me personally.


Therefore, the lawyer also wants to inspire her followers: “While I’m preparing to release Becoming’ this fall, I hope you too are thinking about your own story, and trust that it will help you become whoever you are your story is what you have, what you will always have, it’s something of your own.

As early as February 2017, it became known that Michelle and Barack Obama had signed book contracts with Penguin Random House. But only at the beginning of the year did the mother of two let her fans know what the book will be about.

Ernesto de la Cruz in Coco, who remembers much the image of Pedro Infante, is a man who decides to “live his moment” and become a successful singer, however he abandons his family.


“He is not so villain, he has his tender, kind side, who lives the confusion of fame, he is trapped in his ego. The hardest part of the race is dealing with the ego, that part is a fantasy thing that is lived in the moment, because the most important thing is to take care of yourself and return to your essence and have a good time “explains El Buki Mayor. Coco tells the story of Miguel, a boy who has the desire to be a musician and follow in his father’s footsteps, although his family strongly opposes him, which will take him on a journey through the world of his ancestors. “The film has many important connotations, the state of Michoacán, the Day of the Dead and many values ​​of our country, in addition to very important spiritual touches, because only you die or forget what you stop loving,” he says. In these times that are lived in the country, comments Marco Antonio Solís, it is necessary to take a look at our past and “think what we need and what we have lost”.
In 1990, Marco Antonio Solís participated in the movie Como fui a enamorarme de ti, with his group Los Bukis, but it was in 2001, when he joined the soundtrack of Y tu mamá also with “Si no te gone,” which became in a reference in collective ideology. “I like cinema a lot, maybe I could do something else in the future, even though acting is not my strong point. That’s why it was interesting to participate in Coco giving voice to the character and singing differently to my tone “, after sharing that they have made proposals to make a documentary or bioseries about his career,” I’m not very convinced, but if we do it, it has to be something purposeful that highlights the human part. ” Originally from Michoacán, Marco Antonio Solís also decided to undertake another adventure and put a boutique hotel, with 29 rooms, which will open in the month of December.

The autobiography will be John’s first book, about which he said in a statement:

“I am not inclined to be a nostalgic person. Often I am accused of only looking forward to my next presentation or creative project. It’s quite surprising how cathartic I am finding the process of writing my memoirs. ” As I look back, I realize the crazy life I’ve had and the extreme privilege of living,” continues the singer. “I have grown up in a time of extraordinary change in our world, and I have had the joyful honor of rubbing shoulders and working with many people at the heart of these changes. My life has been quite a rollercoaster trip and it still goes on. I hope readers also enjoy the trip. The book will be published in 2019 under the seal Henry Holt and Pan Macmillan.