Rocío Carmona

Rocío Carmona (Barcelona, ​​1974) has a degree in Journalism from the UAB, a university where she also studied Humanities.

Editor at Diana, a label specialized in self-knowledge and spirituality inside Grupo Planeta, Rocío also writes regularly for the newspaper La Vanguardia about all kinds of topics that have to do with the human spirit.

Some of her best-known novels are “The Grammar of Love”, translated into seven languages, “Hannah’s Heart”, “Robinson Girl” (Jaén Prize for Young People’s Literature in 2013) or “What happened when you broke my heart” .

Hopelessly curious, a lover of good tea, nature and music, she currently lives in the Catalan region of Baix Montseny with her family.