Amalia Andrade was born in Cali, Colombia, in 1986. She studied literature at Pontifical Xavierian University in Bogota. She's been drawing forever. She's written for several magazines in both Colombia and the United States. She believes strongly in the power of keeping a diary. When she grows up, she want to be a mix between Sylvia Plath and Tina Fey. She lives in Bogota with her cats.
Everyone who's ever had a bad break-up should pick up Andrade's quirky mix of memoir, break-up manifesto and paean to positivity...a delightful guide to pushing through and moving on * inews guide to the best self-help books of 2019 *