ISSA BACSA used to work in a medical clinic & laboratory and could have been working in forensics.
She has been writing since the early ’80s. Her medical technology and nursing degrees, her work experiences, and her love for writing are her advantages to write diverse topics in different formats. She had written screenplays, romance novels, comics, and now focuses on crime fiction.
ISANG MANUNULAT. There are many freelance writers out there, but there can be only one right person for your project. Issa could be that ONE WRITER (“isang manunulat“, in Filipino). Also, Isang Manunulat is her another nom de plume.
HER QUALITY ASSURANCE. Issa will treat YOUR writing project as her own. She will not stop writing until you get satisfied. As a writer and an artist, she always treat a project like a work of art. Doing good is her religion, thus helping people has become her second skin. She is willing to go an extra mile for her clients, because doing so is one of the keys to success.
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either write something worth reading or do things worth writing.' I decided to do both." - Issa Bacsa
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Freelance Writers Group of the Philippines
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Most of the time, the headline news is about crime. Shocking and sometimes gory, we are hooked (whether we admit it or not). And we just can’t get enough of it everyday. Why are we hooked to these kind of stories? Despite of it’s dark and gloomy, we have different reasons why we pay attention Read more about Why Are We Hooked To True Crime Stories?[…]
The Girl With the Phony Name (1992) by Charles Mathes, St. Martin’s Press I have bought this book from BookSale about fifteen years ago and have left it here in Moncada. After cleaning the house and settled in, I found this book among my things I’ve left behind. It’s 2018 and I’m up to this year’s reading Read more about The Girl With the Phony Name[…]
After its release in August 2017, Sue Grafton’s Y is for Yesterday topped the best-seller list and received favorable reviews. Crime fiction fans worldwide are happy that the famous alphabet series will soon come to an end with Z is for Zero. However, Sue Grafton did not live to write the last installment of the Read more about Sue Grafton[…]
It was summer of 1980 when I saw this book lying around the house. It was a biography of a man who somehow inspired me to be. That book was Jose Rizal: His Life, Works, and Writings by Gregorio Zaide. It had then a white book cover, thick, but the fonts were not too small Read more about Jose Rizal In My Memory[…]
Christmas may be the happiest time of the year for most of us. And even we don’t admit it to ourselves, it is also the most stressful. For one, the preparation that everyone has to deal with — food, parties, decors, gifts, etc. Plus the traffic. For another, there are some things that really come Read more about Christmas: A Season of Sharing[…]
I’m pleased to announce that my novel, Number One Fan, is included in Free-eBooks.net’s Instant Library. Number One Fan This novel was published 4 years ago, had 2,957 downloads, and with 4.8 stars rating from readers. It was included in Free-eBooks.net’s USB e-Go Library three years ago. For those who haven’t read my novel, click Read more about Mystery Instant Library Collection[…]
Before I get into my topic on fair use and copyright, let me tell you a story. Just before my second trimester in a school I was in, a department head told me that I’ll be teaching a new subject. I thought I heard him right so I said, “Oh, copywriting. Okay, I’m in.” Weeks Read more about How Much is Fair in Fair Use?[…]
Friday, 13 October, I slept early in the morning right after the night shift. My husband and I have been working at home and online for a small web company based in New York. I had a rude awakening when my husband called frantically for me. THE CALL It was a long distance call from Read more about Now Settled[…]
After getting sick and confined in a clinic, I got the chance to rest and binge-watch last weekend. Although this TV series was released early this year, it was only this month that I took time to watch its full first season. After many decades of Archie comics (including the cartoons), it was refreshing to Read more about Riverdale[…]
48 Hours – A City of London Thriller by J. Jackson Bentley (2011) I’ve stumbled upon this e-book years ago on Free-eBooks.net but it was only recently that I got the chance to read it in full. Josh Hammond worked as a financial adjuster in London. One day, he received a text message from someone Read more about 48 Hours – A City of London Thriller[…]
This week, starting 24 September, the world celebrates Banned Books Week. It is an annual event every last week of September that celebrates the freedom to read. It brings the whole book community, librarians, booksellers, publishers, teachers, writers, and readers together in shared support of this freedom. There are books that are unorthodox, controversial, or Read more about Banned Books Week[…]
No one saw it coming. But when it happened, it shook the world. The event is called The 9/11 Attacks which gave terrorism a face. 19 men belonging to the Al-Qaeda group, hijacked four passenger airplanes two of which slammed into the Twin Towers of the World Trade Center in Lower Manhattan. NEW YORK, NEW Read more about The 9/11 Attacks[…]
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