The writer Julia Navarro will present her latest book in Mojácar, this Wednesday

Julia Navarro, journalist and one of Spanish literature’s best-selling authors, will be in Mojácar this Wednesday 20th of September to present her latest book “Una Historia Compartida” (A Shared History).

The presentation will be at 8pm in the locality’s Multi-Uses Centre, her visit part of the “Mojácar Literary Space” cycle, organised by Mojácar Council.
Julia Navarro will pay a visit to the locality’s old town and will then be received at the Town Hall by the Mayor, Francisco García Cerdá, the Culture Councillor, Noemí Linares, and members of the Government team, where she will sign the town’s Book of Honour.
After presenting her book and answering questions from the audience, Julia Navarro plans to sign autographs for those who wish. Also in the Multi-Uses Centre, there will be copies for sale of both her latest book and other publications.
“Mojácar, Literary Space”, opened its run with Carmen Mola and the presentation of their work “Madres”. A great success in terms of participation, with not one empty seat in the Multi-Uses Centre. With their naturalness and warmth they managed to connect with the Mojácar public. They spent more than an hour signing books and chatting to residents, leaving a sense of closeness and friendliness on an unforgettable evening.
Antonio Mercero, Agustín Martínez and Jorge Díaz, are the three authors who under the name “Carmen Mola” have gained the Planeta Prize, thousands of readers and revolutionised the literary world.
With the “Mojácar Literary Space” cycle Mojácar Council, in collaboration with the Macenas Resort complex, aims to bring to the readers of the municipality and the Levante region the Spanish literary scene’s best authors.
A bringing closer of culture and reading that has already had the presence of great writers and which will continue with an autumn full of pleasant surprises, such as the presence of Lorenzo Silva and of Santiago Posteguillo