Catalina González Vilar was born in Alicante in 1976, as the third of five siblings. Reading was her great passion since she was a child and when she grew up she discovered that she loved nothing more than writing stories that would make new readers enjoy them in the same way.
She studied Social Anthropology in Barcelona, was a bookseller in Madrid, assistant editor in Valencia and writer everywhere, almost like a Sabina song.
Some of her works are El secreto del huevo azul – The secret of the blue egg (Barco de Vapor Award 2012), Las lágrimas de Naraguyá – The tears of Naraguyá (SM, White Ravens selection 2018), the series La casita bajo tierra – The house under earth (B de Blok, 2021), the album La familia de la vajilla impar – The family of the odd tableware (Edelvives Award 216) or the informative book for teenagers Nosotros somos el cambio – We are the change (SM, 2020).
Sometimes she believes that books can change the world, but she usually settles for thinking that they make it a more livable place.