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Miquel Reina

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Miquel Reina
Born (1986-05-22) May 22, 1986 (age 34)
Sant Sadurní d'Aanoia Barcelona
OccupationNovelist, creative
GenreFiction Contemporary Magic Realism
Notable worksLights on the Sea[1]
Website
www.miquelreina.com

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Miquel Reina (born May 22, 1986) [2] is a creative and novelist whose debut novel is Lights on the Sea published by Amazon Publishing on September 25, 2016. [3]


Biography[edit]

Reina was born in Sant Sadurní d'Anoia, Barcelona on May 22, 1986. She studied design at ELISAVA and at University of Southampton and has worked as art director for several advertising agencies, where he has been awarded Ibero-American Festival of Advertising Communication and has written and directed music videos, one of which was selected to be screened at the Tribeca Festival [4]. His career as an author began in 2016, when he decided to self-publish in digital format his first novel Lights in the sea. After the success in digital, [5] the novel was republished in paper format by Editorial Planeta [6] and has been translated into German [7], Italian [8] and English. [9]


References[edit]

  1. "Lights on the Sea Kirkus Reviews". Kirkus Reviews. Kirkus Reviews.
  2. "Miquel Reina on Goodreads". Goodreads. Goodreads.
  3. "Lights on the Sea Amazon Publishing". Amazon Publishing. Amazon Publishing.
  4. "Miquel Reina Los 40 Principales". Los 40 Principales. Los 40 Principales.
  5. "Luces en el Mar Miquel Reina". El Periódico. El Periódico.
  6. "Luces en el Mar". Planeta. Planeta de libros.
  7. "Lichter auf dem Meer". Thiele Verlag. Thiele Verlag.
  8. "La Casa in mezzo al Mare". Editrice Nord. Editrice Nord.
  9. "Lights on the Sea". Amazon Publishing. Amazon Publishing.



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