About me and wy work.

My narrative work fit within mainly the Noir Novel genre (thriller and suspense-horror) Deeply committed with my job, I reveal on it my innate curiosity and imagination, my perception of the world and people, and my enquiring personality. I am a Humanist committed with social and ethical matters. Ones of my main skills are the capacity to build solid stories, originals plots, characters with rich and well-defined profiles and a high-quality prose.  Noir novel (suspense, horror) is the writing genre I prefer to develop intense stories, plots that thrill readers, making him vibrate and catching his interest from the first lines. On the other hand. this genre brings me the opportunity to make an amazing study of the human psychology. thought the characters' mind, and put on the table the eternal question about limits between good and evil.I also write fairy-tales for children, with a notable success.







Titles (novels)

 


text sample
The ring of Uriel. First chapter.
EN El anillo de Uriel.pdf (84.35KB)
text sample
The ring of Uriel. First chapter.
EN El anillo de Uriel.pdf (84.35KB)
comments
EN Comments Uriel.pdf (67.73KB)
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EN Comments Uriel.pdf (67.73KB)


A winter of poppies
text sample, First chapter
poppes un the snow sample.pdf (130.7KB)
A winter of poppies
text sample, First chapter
poppes un the snow sample.pdf (130.7KB)

 

THE RING OF URIEL

Novel - Triller.
Legua editorial      1 st. edition.  july 2.011, 2º 2012, 3st. 2017

The Ring of Uriel is a novel written in a pleasant and accurate language, with a deep social and moral background. In spite of being a novel full of action and suspense, is tinted  with a touch of deep emotions, feelings and psycological with introspection. Beause of this,  the novel becomes attractive for any type of readers. The author exercises a balance between literay quality and entretaiment. By  the use of   descriptions that are nearly to cinematographic,  readers go into the plot easily, becoming partaker of it. How characters and their feelings are described makes that reader share their thoughts, fears and hopes. You either love or hate them. Several plots and sub-plots make the reading win  interest, crossing the wireds properly. The result is a well relationed and developed storyAngel Leonov ex KGB officer,  son of a soviet pilot of spy plane, has plenty of rancour and killed three members of the Russian mafia, during a party in a night club, in  response to the torture and supposed death of  his friend. What looks a simply setting of scores beetwen confronted criminal bands, becomes mixed up with others stories that cpme from the past,explaining the recent events.

Lena ,a high standing prostitute, share flat with Marie Chislova, a French classical dancer, with Russian roots.  Both will be involve in blood-and-thunder events, and become victims of a sinister complot planed by Mijail Micoyan,  son of the boss of Kazan's mafia and Lilith  Bansea, partner   an international lawyer's  office, and Great Master of a dark sect. Plot improve due the incorporation of others  characters which contribute to develop the story keeping suspense throughout the novel.

THE BOAT OF CHARON

Novel - Suspense & horror)
Bohodon ediciones    1 st. edition.  july 2.017

.Draugrmòr , a small city. Its age-old history is full of tragic events. Now it is chosen again to be the scene of cruel and perverse crimes. The detective, Marcus Gram, meets there Leonard Zauberer, a conscientious parapsycologist. In spite of  having diferent points of view, methods and reasons, they must work shoulder to shoulder in order to stop the wave of horror that is swooping over the city. Other importants characters are going to be  incluided in the development of the plot, taking part in the action, sometimes in a surprprising way.

The Boat of Charon is a novel of suspense, with a dose of horror, that offers more than one surprise, Trough the contrast of dissimilar characthers and situations, sometimes in opossition, in a play of ambiguous  apperances, the plot  keeps the reader interest till thelast line







A WINTER OF POPPIES

Novel - Historicc trhiller.

Legua ediciones    1 st. edition.  11st. ed. november  2.017

A winter of puppies is a historical trhiller  set in  Russia, during the first Russian revolution of 1.905. A trhilling and captivating plot, in wich historical events and characters, as the enigmatic Rastutin, are mixed with the fiction ones, in a natural way. A story plenty of scheme and passion, wrotten in a good prose and keeping anagile narrative rhythm througghout the novel. But above all is a novel of  intense emotions: ambition, lust, love... High ideals and strong feelings. A novel plenty of fascinatings characters and events. Equally, action and drama are presents in this work.

SINÓPSIS

Ferdinand Kunning  —a peculiar and comnmitted german journalist— is accidental witness  to the murder of a young worker, commited by a agent of the Tsar's secret police. Because of this, he  will bget involved  by force  in a plot power and ddark matters. Equally he take part in the revenge of the death young worker´s sister, ans at the same part by consecuence in the fight of a group of recolutionaries.






Blody clasifieed ads.

(Novel - Suspense & horror)
Legua editorial (Spain)
1 st. edition.  2016


Raúl Domínguez es un hombre algo frustrado con la vida y que guarda un secreto relacionado con su doble vida. En su trabajo es un hombre sumiso, que soporta humillación tras humillación sin hacer nada por evitarlo Mientras que en su otra cara, Raúl se convierte en un hombre frío y manipulador que es capaz de todo. Pero ¿qué ocurre cuando encuentra a alguien capaz de enfrentarse a él?





Titles (chlidren´s tales)


After starting my career as a writer (and it was many years ago), writing for adults, thriller and horror novels (by fortune I still doing it,), suddenly and almost by chance, I started to write for children, discovering  this wonderful world at the same time.

And why fairy-tales?

Because I liked this genre? Of course, the answer is yes.

But above and beyond my personal passion I found many other reasons.

On the one hand, I  think that the structure and intention of the fairy-tales serve to transmit emotions, and chiefly to educate in moral and ethical values. Moreover, through the meaning of the main message of the tale, we can educate in a funny way.

To  my view, every writer, creator, or communicator in general has a high social responsibility. We must help to build a better world, one in where human values can be more important that any others. I am sure you know what I mean.

And in the case of those who are in touch with  children, this responsibility  increases greatly.

And, on the other hand, I am seriously committed to literature quality and its genre, because it allows to develop a good language, to play with words, characters, description of feelings…

Following the points above related, the fairy-tale is full of imagination and magic. Both are necessary, always from my point of view, to keep the innocence of  children and make them dreaming.

In short, during the time I write for children, I try to develop activities and dramatized tales. And I have got so many rewards from them, as their brilliant eyes. That is the reason why I honestly think to starting to write this genre was one of my best choices.

A professional writer wants and needs to live on his job. But, besides, having personal reward and try to contribute in some way to enrich this young minds through the magic of a fairy-tale and,  following this way, you reach to build a better and more human world, is te reason why I can only be grateful to fate for letting me do it.


That’s all there is and there ain't no more.

 




Tales from the forest of fairies
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The fairy that couldn't fly OK(1).pdf (57.41KB)
Tales from the forest of fairies
sample text
The fairy that couldn't fly OK(1).pdf (57.41KB)

    


Tales  from the forest of fairies

Once upon a time, in the land of imagination, a forest where all fantastic beings that had been created in the stories lived. There lived elves and fairies; Nymphs and gnomes; Sirens and giants; Good witches and elves; Dwarves and beautiful unicorns. In short, all those magical beings who, during centuries, had been born from legends and creativity of men.

Tales from the Forest of Fairies is a compilation of stories not very similar to those stories of fairies we know by heart.

In that story, the author takes us to the land of imagination, where there was a forest inhabited by all the fantastic beings that appear in the stories and who for centuries had starred in some legends and fables. There were fairies and elves, nymphs, gnomes, sirens, giants, elven witches, and so on. They also came from many parts of the world such as the Alfar, the Scandinavian elves, the sirens from the Mediterranean islands, the young Nagus from India (young girls with a serpent tail) and the Goblins, coming from northern Spain.

Despite of the fact that all these beings had one thing in common, there was no evil intention in them. In the forest there was an atmosphere of peace and joy. When one of them made a mistake or got wrong about something, he went to Isbar's home, a wise man who lived in the glade of the forest surrounded by speaking trees, who were extremely curious and talked about all kind of things.

Isobar was a human being who, thanks to his magic, did not age. The magician wrote down all these stories that happened in the forest in a large book.

Tales from the Forest of Fairies is a story in which four other stories take place. So, after this introduction we will find four different stories. The fairy who could not fly went to Isbar trying to find a solution to her problem. Soops and Poos is the story of two twin dwarves and what happened between them to make them angry.The song of Edrielle, the story in which Isbar will have to give back the voice to the ondinas (nymphs singing by the rivers). And finally, the story of Pampin, the lazy giant and Fadi, the willing giant, a tale in which one of them will give a valuable lesson to the other.

All these stories are full of magic and fantasy. They show us the nature inhabited by magical beings who have special gifts. In addition, each one of these stories, as it happens in classic stories, show us a lesson or moral. Good behaviour is rewarded and bad behaviour is punished. Thus we will see how lies cause more harm to oneself than to others. Also we can learn about how bad thoughts about someone can lead us to misunderstandings and unnecessary discussions that could be avoided by talking things over. Another topic is that envy and evil intentions should be punished. It also tells us that when we see bad behaviour in someone we must try to correct it.

It is a book with a lot of text and when it comes to be read to the little ones it is a good option to tell only one story at a time. Of course, it depends on the ability of attention of each child. All these stories are very well narrated and very suggestive.

The wonderful illustrations are work of Valentina Correti. Regarding to aesthetics the illustrations bring us back an ancient period in which a very inventive and evocative world was created. They are very colourful and include many details in them although they are not strident. In addition, illustrations give us the sensation that they have created different textures if we pay attention to the grass or to the wings of the butterflies.

In conclusion, Tales from the Forest of Fairies brings us those stories of fairies from all times that we have known  being children and that we have narrated being already adults. It is also embellished with magnificent illustrations.


. Tales from the Forest of Fairies is a compilation of stories not very similar to those stories of fairies we know by heart.

In that story, the author takes us to the land of imagination, where there was a forest inhabited by all the fantastic beings that appear in the stories and who for centuries had starred in some legends and fables. There were fairies and elves, nymphs, gnomes, sirens, giants, elven witches, and so on. They also came from many parts of the world such as the Alfar, the Scandinavian elves, the sirens from the Mediterranean islands, the young Nagus from India (young girls with a serpent tail) and the Goblins, coming from northern Spain.

Despite of the fact that all these beings had one thing in common, there was no evil intention in them. In the forest there was an atmosphere of peace and joy. When one of them made a mistake or got wrong about something, he went to Isbar's home, a wise man who lived in the glade of the forest surrounded by speaking trees, who were extremely curious and talked about all kind of things.

Isobar was a human being who, thanks to his magic, did not age. The magician wrote down all these stories that happened in the forest in a large book.

Tales from the Forest of Fairies is a story in which four other stories take place. So, after this introduction we will find four different stories. The fairy who could not fly went to Isbar trying to find a solution to her problem. Soops and Poos is the story of two twin dwarves and what happened between them to make them angry.The song of Edrielle, the story in which Isbar will have to give back the voice to the ondinas (nymphs singing by the rivers). And finally, the story of Pampin, the lazy giant and Fadi, the willing giant, a tale in which one of them will give a valuable lesson to the other.

All these stories are full of magic and fantasy. They show us the nature inhabited by magical beings who have special gifts. In addition, each one of these stories, as it happens in classic stories, show us a lesson or moral. Good behaviour is rewarded and bad behaviour is punished. Thus we will see how lies cause more harm to oneself than to others. Also we can learn about how bad thoughts about someone can lead us to misunderstandings and unnecessary discussions that could be avoided by talking things over. Another topic is that envy and evil intentions should be punished. It also tells us that when we see bad behaviour in someone we must try to correct it.

It is a book with a lot of text and when it comes to be read to the little ones it is a good option to tell only one story at a time. Of course, it depends on the ability of attention of each child. All these stories are very well narrated and very suggestive.

The wonderful illustrations are work of Valentina Correti. Regarding to aesthetics the illustrations bring us back an ancient period in which a very inventive and evocative world was created. They are very colourful and include many details in them although they are not strident. In addition, illustrations give us the sensation that they have created different textures if we pay attention to the grass or to the wings of the butterflies.

In conclusion, Tales from the Forest of Fairies brings us those stories of fairies from all times that we have known  being children and that we have narrated being already adults. It is also embellished with magnificent illustrations.

 


Tales to be ttelling to the chlidren

This is an adapted  compilation of folk tales from several countries. Each one have its own menage and. moral.

The hare that tricked to the tiger. (Indian tale)

How the dragons was wiped out (Norwey)

The farmer and the ravens (Russia)

A very astute fox (England)

Martin the brave (Spain)

The insulted birds.

Little rabbit.

The princess frog. (Arabic tale)

Me, the first (Spain)