As paradoxical as it sounds, very young writers are conquering audiences that would dream traditional writers. The fan fiction made in Colombia has several examples that are cited at a Latin American level. they are caught in paradoxes: they want to publish in a traditional editorial to be legitimized.
in the traditional edition it has five intermediaries that generate value and cost to the original manuscript in such a way that it reaches the readers. In the traditional publishing house the manuscript is read, revised and prepared to be marketed and then distributed. if the book has resonated they are seen in media, etc.
There are several ways to self-publish. one of them is amazon (in Colombia the practice of it has not been generalized because it is thought to be an American franchise) if you want your printed book you can also do it in bubbok and in a traditional way. another is with the platform publishers authors (which is Colombian) and also can decide how much money they can earn.
The most important thing is to know what books you are going to ask for. andres felipe alvarez of the blog we resigned and traveled, they published their travel chronicles and with the same name. although his brand is followed by 50,000 followers of the 2000 books he bought, he still has half of it left, so it’s good to be careful how many you can self-publish.
selling is harder than writing. How do you sell a book that in the country reads 2.9 books a year? and how to make 2.9 books one’s own? without counting the distribution channels that the consolidated publishers have, the task is much more difficult. but if something is possible with social networks and the internet, anyone can build a brand with that. get your publicist friend to drink a beer, ask your sister (or yourself) that is viral in the networks, if the product does not measure up there are no influencers to stop it.
so if you are interested in the audience in English the idea that we have a book in English on the travel guide in Catalonia and Barcelona we will realize by the amount of likes and I like that we like.
If you would like to have the special book and enjoy it, we could do it.
Visit the mountain and the forest. Sun and snow. Busy cities, ghost towns and a multitude of natural spaces.
Catalonia has a privileged pisicion that has it all. It is located in the northwest of Spain bordering France and the Mediterranean Sea and that is why it has been able to trade with the continental Europe and the continental peoples.
If you prefer the mountain you can go for the Pyrenees, with charming villages, lakes and nature excursions. If you prefer the beach you can go to the Costa Brava and the Costa Dorada and enjoy the beach and see white houses and turquoise waters. Visit Barcelona or know stories like Girona and Tarragona.
Traditions of Catalonia.
The Catalan people have their own language and culture, which make the territory a very special place because their traditions are deeply rooted.
It is a traditional Catalan dance, they hold hands and dance to the sound of Catalan or different instruments used only in the territory.
It is a well-known party, for its staging. They participate in competitions and national holidays.
It is a pyrotechnic show that runs through the streets of cities. People disguise themselves as demons and dance to the rhythm of music.
Cagatio and caganer:
It is one of the traditions that most amaze foreigners for their symbols.
The cagatio is a Catalan Christmas character, made with a wooden trunk that on December 25 shit gifts.
Also in the manger there is a man shitting, who is called caganer.
The dyad of sant jordi.
It is on April 23 and is celebrated with books and roses for each one. It is based on a medieval history.
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Hi all. We are realizing that we want to fulfill dreams during all these years and help you to do the same.
We want to fulfill the dream of traveling, traveling as digital nomads and being a full-time wanderlust in Latin America.
more than one will ask: how are we going to do it if it is impossible? impossible is not … all
It is mentally “impossible”.
but you will be wondering what a digital nomad is and if it is possible to do it in Latin America.
What is a digital nomad?
A digital nomad is a professional who uses new technologies to work and leads a nomadic lifestyle. In general, digital nomads work remotely instead of in a stable environment.
a digital nomad is accustomed to living a lifestyle in a great geographical freedom, living wherever he wants for as long as he wants, he is not a conventional traveler, because his work accompanies him.
6 out of 10 respondents felt that their productivity would increase or remain the same if they had the possibility to work remotely.
54% said that they would be willing to always be available outside working hours and even to work more hours in exchange for greater flexibility.
This trend is growing and consolidating in our country as 44% of respondents said they can always work or sometimes outside the office.
The reasons to be digital nomad are: freedom to know new cultures (89 %%), greater opportunities for women to develop their professional career (84%) and less work stress (almost 71%). Other benefits mentioned are: Flexibility in working hours to manage own times (43%), saving money and time in transfer (14%) and improvement in quality of life (13%).
Digital Nomadism, is beginning to be considered as a benefit of work and as a method of retention of talent by companies. While the Millennials were the first to embrace this trend, the survey shows that today is an aspiration shared by all generations seeking to break the paradigm of work of eight hours and be owners of their day-to-day enabled by technology and mainly by the cloud.
There we are seeing the possibilities of being a digital nomad in Latin America. That is why we want to fulfill this dream and help you.
We want to help you fulfill this dream and the first thing we will do is create a guide to travel through the most beautiful places in Catalonia and the French crescent.