Paula Fernández de Bobadilla (Jerez de la Frontera, 1976) has a degree in journalism and a PhD in Publishing, and she is an editor and author.  She established Nido de Ratones, a small publisher, in 2017. She has a column in The Objective and contributes literary reviews to Leer por Leer. For her personal satisfaction and sometimes as commissions, she has published over a dozen books on sherry wines and the traditions and history of the bodegas (wineries), and other subjects.

She has worked in editorial services and translation for various publishers and institutions such as Turner, Norma Editorial, Círculo de Lectores, Edinexus, Minotauro,C onsejo Regulador del Jerez, Fundación González Byass, Ediciones Serres, among others.

She published Tinta (Inky)  her first children’s novel, in 2015, with Anaya Infantil.

Her new novel for children, El regalo de la tormenta (The Gift of the Storm) stems from her fascination with crows and their relationship with humans, and above all, how taking care of another creature can help to alleviate grief and loneliness.

Rights available for this novel.