She wrote 4,000 novels in her lifetime

  There were not many adjectives to adorn her name, nor many laurels to adorn her; for decades, she quietly accompanied her typewriter to the last moment of her life. Indifferent mentality and persistent pursuit have created miracles. In 1962, UNESCO declared her the second most-read Spanish-language author in the world, after Cervantes; in 1994, her name was officially included in the Spanish edition because of her prolific writing” Genius Records”. She is the late Spanish romance novelist Corinne Triado: she wrote 4,000 novels in her lifetime and sold 400 million copies.
  Started writing at the age of 18
  Triado was born in Villabelles, in the northern province of Asturias, Spain in 1927. His father was a merchant marine mechanic and his mother was a housekeeper. Only one of her five children was a girl. She liked to hide in the small attic where her father kept many literary works, and read through the books, thinking about it. There was always a desire to write in Triado’s heart. At the age of 18, his father was seriously ill, and during the nights with him, Triado began to write stories. The first thought at the time was just to show that I could surpass that brother who also likes to write. But Triado never thought that the first battle was so beautiful: this short love story called “Adventure Bet” was officially published by Bruguera Publishing House in Spain, and received a sum of 3000 yuan. peseta’s remuneration. After his father’s death, the family’s life became increasingly difficult, and Triado had to give up his studies and earn money to support his family. Unexpectedly, it was at this time—1947, the second year after her debut novel that the publishing house decided to formally sign a contract with her, and Triado promised to hand over a short love story every week. “When I was writing the first book, I really didn’t really understand the love between men and women, but I would imagine that this is no, it will become.” Obviously, the reading in the small attic when she was a child has already helped her. Accumulated a wealth of material. Since then, Triado has been on a tear, with a long-term contract with Bruguera publishing house – which lasted until 1973. At the same time, since 1951, she has started to provide two monthly love stories for the Cuban magazine “Fancy”. Keeping promises, unswervingly, until the end of life. On April 8, 2009, the female writer completed the last book draft for the magazine, and in the early morning three days later, Triado completed her 82-year life journey.
  A prudent writing life
  Triado has a habit of getting up at 5 in the morning and then shutting himself in his study. With a cup of coffee and a box of Kool menthol cigarettes on the table, he works until lunch at an Olivetti 50 typewriter. She often revises the manuscript in the afternoon. A short story is usually completed in two or three days, and the idea for the next one has begun to come to mind. Triado thinks the evening is the best time to think about it, and she’s thankful that sometimes it only takes five minutes to weave a story synopsis—that’s how 4,000 novels come in.
  The writing life of female writers is rigorous and orderly, even a little rigid. She seldom entertains, and it is rare to go out with a girlfriend, not to dance, but to the theater, the cinema, or to listen to Antonio Molina’s concert, that’s all: but she feels that living in the study is also a great place. pleasure. In the early 1990s, Triado suffered from kidney disease and had to undergo dialysis three times a week since 1995. Her weak physical strength prevented her from working in front of the typewriter, so she had to dictate and write down the manuscript by her family. until the last moment of life.   There are more than 4,000 works of Triado
, but each title is very fresh and clear, such as “Leave You”, “Idol”, “Remember Your Betrayal”, “Ambition”, “Darkness”
Dou”… Some works have been translated into 27 languages ​​and spread all over the world, and some have also been put on the screen or made into radio dramas and TV series. Especially in Latin America, Triado’s love story has spawned a number of long-form TV series with high ratings thanks to the influence of “Fancy” magazine. Different from other romance novels in Europe, Triado’s story does not set up any exotic stage, nor does it cross a time tunnel. Its foothold is Spanish society today, so that people can get a sense of zero distance, especially attractive. the hearts of contemporary female readers.
  Triado’s love novel has gone through nearly 60 years, but it has always been prosperous and in the ascendant. The secret lies in its “advance with the times”: its storyline has always kept pace with the times, capturing people The emotional ripples in different eras make the eternal theme reveal new ideas in each period, which is not conventional. It is worth mentioning that in the years of Franco’s rule, all literary works must be reviewed before they can be published, and romance novels are no exception. For this reason, Triado pays special attention to grasping the “heat of emotion between men and women”. , to avoid a collision with the external environment that “prohibits men and women from kissing in public”. Almost all novels by female writers end with entering the palace of marriage. Although this is against reality, she believes that the pursuit of happiness is a woman’s nature.
  Love is only deduced in stories
  Triado’s novels touch the hearts of thousands of readers with vivid and touching stories, leading them into a wonderful fantasy realm: those who are disappointed still survive, those who are suffering rejoice in good news, and those who are desperate hope to reappear. But no one would have thought that she, who was cruising in the love story, had always missed the sweet love. In 1958, at the age of 32, Triado met Domingo Eguskisaka, a trade representative for a company in the Basque Country. Domingo is a talented person and has a witty conversation. The next year, they held a wedding. However, during their honeymoon trip, Triado already felt that their union was a big mistake, and the two were in love. By 1962, despite already having two children, Triado decided to separate (in Spain at the time, no divorce was allowed). In this way, the only romance a woman writer has written for herself is forever missing a happy ending. After leaving her husband, Triado never resumed her love life. In the long years that followed, Domingo kept writing to her, but she never opened one, until one day, when the news of her husband’s death came, she burned all the letters. Later, when she recalled this experience, she said frankly: I never said the words “I love you”, I am a very realistic person. However, I have always respected my husband, and if we ever meet in heaven, I will offer to shake his hand.
  Self- confidence in the face of discussions and miscellaneous rumors
  Although Triado is unanimously hailed as the king of Spanish romance novels by the public, there are still some people in the literary world who regard such novels as unimportant sketches. Facing all kinds of comments, Triado responded calmly: It is true that I am not a romantic and fantasy woman, but someone always has to write love stories, and I am willing to dedicate my life to this. I just want to add a little joy to people’s lives, so I’m never ashamed to write about gossip. Triado has defended his work from start to finish, because between the lines, there was a revolutionary trend for that era (Franco’s era) – the fight for women’s rights to freedom and independence. In each beautiful story, Triado conveys the true meaning of love to readers: love means tolerance and understanding, and sometimes it will bring pain; indulging in sex, this is not life; believing in the eternity of love will make people disappointed. Triado’s novels have influenced generations of female readers for more than half a century, but she never asked for anything in return. Her only pursuit was to give people a sweet spiritual enjoyment.
  Colleen Triado has said more than once: “There are things in my life that only I know, my real life, and no one will know, and I will not tell anyone.” In this way, she Bury your own story deep in your heart. Triado, however, was happy, always cared for by her children and loved by thousands of readers. In 2001, a street in Villabelles, where the female writer was born, was officially named after her. From the dawn of dawn to the dim light of night, Triado in heaven is immersed in people’s blessings and nostalgia every day.