The Life Accomplishments Of Jaime Garcia Dias

Jaime Garcia Dias, famous Brazilian author and YouTube personality, has received the famous ABC Award of Brazil Fictional Literature. Dias, 45 years of age, born in Rio de Janeiro, has built up a collection of awards in the literary field.

Dias’s life story with literature started at an early age 15 years old. He is the son of the well known writer Arnaldo Dias and architect Garcia Dulce Dias, who helped change the interior of Rio de Janeiro. Dias’s father, writer and journalist, whose success was looked up to by Dias, inherited numerous books that helped Dias learn the skills of good writing. Jaime Garcia Dias was to Arnaldino school where he gained some inspiration in book writing. After Dias’s first reading, he developed a passion for literature at 18.

On his blog, Dias writes about entering the University of Rio de Janeiro to study Letters. In the early 90’s, Jaime Garcia Dias went into the Carioca Literature Academy as a teacher and taught students for five years. Classes were mainly taught to teenagers, who actually planned on studying literature at graduation. In the late 90’s, Dias proposed new methods of study and reading and new classes at the gym. Jaime became the vice president of the local after sharing his ideas. Dias was not only dedicated not only to classes, but also the organization and management part of one of the largest gyms known to be associated with Brazilian literature. At just 30 years of age, Jaime Garcia Dias had already released over ten books. In 2001, hewon his first award in the literary world: White Crane. The White Crane is a famous prize that is given for putting out new names in Brazilian literature.

After nearly ten years of hard work and dedication to the vice presidency of the Carioca Literature Academy, Dias was honored during the 100th anniversary of the house and was then promoted to the new president of the academy. In just under three years in office, the Carioca Literature Academy was known as the very first home dedicated to journalistic literature and is now known as the largest space used by Brazilian writers.

With a total of twenty published books today, and among them five awards: Jaime became one of the best writers in Brazil fiction literature. His most recent award in 2013, gave honor to his father with the publication of a chronic Wise. With this chronic, Dias was invited to write for the weekly journal literature notebook. Just after two years writing and publishing for the Jornal do Brazil, he joined all chronic hitherto written and released. As tribute to his father, chronicles are childhood stories that share the youth Dias lived beside Arnaldo Dias.