Thinks you wrote on fire (Cosas que escribiste sobre el fuego)

Some people aren’t meant to stay, they are meant to teach you something.

When María Gaudet starts high school, everyone knows her name. Her family has been in the newspaper headlines as the victim of a domestic violence case: her son’s brutal attack left her in a coma and he was put in jail.

Following María and her father’s wish to get a fresh start, they move to a new town. There, María becomes the center of attention in all social circles, thanks to her relaxed and charismatic public persona. However, she is very different on the inside — she is tormented and depressed.

It doesn’t take long for Ignasi, the shy and weird boy in her class who has low self-esteem, to notice her. Like María, he is going through a rough patch. At first glance, nothing suggests that something could happen between them.

Ignasi is a melancholic and reserved boy, who only has two friends and has a strained relationship with his family. María, with her newfound popularity, tries desperately to hide her tragic past at all costs.

As they get to know each other, they begin to see things from a different perspective, supporting each other until they eventually fall in love, forming an intense and explosive romance filled with sparks. And these sparks are quite literal, as María, fueled by the immense resentment she feels after discovering that it was her father and not her brother who attacked her mother, is now capable of creating fire with her hands.

This torrid romance, born out of idealization, loneliness, and codependency, is destined to fail. Although neither of them gets what they want, which is to be together, they do find the peace and personal growth they need. And they carry out their respective paybacks.


RELEVANT INFORMATION: Things You Wrote on Fire is a romantic drama with all the elements needed for an audiovisual adaptation, in the style of The Perks of Being a Wallflower, The Fault in Our Stars, and All the Bright Places.

The work is a different “boy meets girl” story, as it delves into themes such as toxic relationships and the lessons we can draw from them, showcasing their rawness, but with a hopeful ending, as in the novel Through My Window.

Clara Cortés is a young promising talent in Spanish literature who, at her young age, has written dozens of novels and has become a literary phenomenon.

Things You Wrote on Fire is a successful book that has garnered hundreds of opinions on the internet and has created a dedicated fanbase around the author. Furthermore, she is the winner of the La Caixa Literary Award for Young Adult Novels. Things You Wrote on Fire has been nominated for the El Templo de las Mil Puertas Award for Best National Novel.

Moreover, due to its unlocalized story with global themes and focus, it can be easily filmed in any region, which greatly enhances its audiovisual potential.


AUDIOVISUAL POTENTIAL: TV Series, Miniseries, Film, TV Movie.


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