Cronicas de los Mundos Olvidados - El Reino Mistico: Viaje al Reino Magico de los Hombres

Cronicas de los Mundos Olvidados - El Reino Mistico: Viaje al Reino Magico de los Hombres

by Caro Vivas

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ISBN-13: 9781514874288
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 12/25/2015
Pages: 312
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.70(d)

About the Author

About me
I was born in Caracas, Venezuela, some years ago..., yes, a little more years than those I would like to confess , but not so many as to feel tired of enjoying life. There is still plenty of life in my body, many stories to tell and books to read.
I did my primary and secondary studies in my hometown. After I finished high school I went to music school where I learned the wonderful language of musical notes. I lightly stroked the piano keys and immersed myself in learning how to play flute; as musicians say, that's my instrument... and I love it. But life wanted to take me along other paths, and I accepted the challenge.
My interest in writing began when I learned to read. I think that reading and writing are the front and back of the same hand, they cannot be separated from each other. I learned to read before starting school and since I was able to outline my first letters on paper, no one can separate me from that. That is how this adventure of words started for me.
I wrote my first full story at the age of nine, it was a short fiction story entitled "The talkative Guitar and the Little Carpenter". It was written in a school notebook, with graphite pencil. That took me three weeks, twenty-one days to write ten pages of that story, can you imagine that? It was a story for children, created to participate in a school contest. The effort had its fruits since I got the first place at that contest.
During my teens I fell in love with the romantic literature and under this influence I wrote my first novel entitled "A Cry in the Dark, the life of Eva Corsica". It was a story of one hundred and fifty pages, and later it was adapted as a soap in a local television channel. That was great, even though my name did not appear in the credits.
In the early 80s I wrote some scripts for theater, a journal of poetry and my first adventure book entitled: "Gormat the Pauper"
At the end of the 90s, I moved to Los Angeles, CA.; where I began studies in the area of computer science. In 2004 I was certified as a developer and database administrator. But my artist spirit was stronger than my technological ambitions, so I ended up working in graphic design. No one can tell me that it wasn't a smart way to combine art and technology, my two passions! Isn't it?
I am currently fully dedicated to write "Chronicles of Forgotten Worlds"

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