ISSA BACSA used to work in a medical laboratory and could have been working in forensics.
Issa has been writing since the early ’80s. Her educational background, her work experiences, and her love for writing give the advantages to write diverse topics in different formats.
ISANG MANUNULAT. There are many freelance writers out there, but there can be only one right person for your project. I could be THAT one writer (“isang manunulat“, in Filipino). Also, Isang Manunulat can also be my nom de plume.
MY QUALITY ASSURANCE. I will treat YOUR writing project as MY own. I will not stop writing until you get satisfied. I am a writer. I am an artist. I always treat a project like a work of art. Doing good is my religion, thus helping people has become my second skin. I am willing to go an extra mile for my clients, because doing so is one of the keys to success.
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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[…]
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