Álvaro García Hernández is a writer and a secondary education teacher of Spanish and Literature. He has been involved in the world of letters since childhood and is the author of several novels aimed at a teenage audience.
Ana y nada (EDISENA, 1997) was his first literary work, published after he was the runner-up of the I Emilio Murcia Novel Prize. García Hernández is also known for his blog "Diary of a Wrong God", which he launched in 2007, with the purpose of connecting with readers through short stories; a method that he acknowledges having learnt and refined in this media, and which nowadays is among the most read in Spanish.
Both the Internet and social media have played a key role in his development as a writer. Proof of this is TQMC? I love You Very Much (Sansy, 2011), a novel by installments that achieved great success thanks to its dissemination on the social media platform Tuenti. As well as its sequels, published under the same publisher's label: I Miss You (Sansy, 2012) and Ana's Intention (Sansy, 2014). In 2019 he published January and you Naked (Alianza).
In 2016 his YA novel León Kamikaze won the Gran Angular Prize (SM), and in 2018 the Hache Prize.