Todos los días son nuestros (Paperback)
After ten years of living together, María and Emiliano realized they were no longer happy, and that they needed to separate. But, what were their hobbies before they met each other? What were their pet peeves? María talks about her pain with friends and family and things that she continues to link with the love of her life. This novel deals with intimate and frank grief that exists after a breakup, and how to rebuild yourself.
Catalina Aguilar Mastretta studied communications at the University Iberoamericana, Film at New York University, and screenwriting at the American Film Institute. She is a scriptwriter and opera director. She is also the author of Más tiempo que vida.