As a medical technologist and a nurse, I should be in HEALTHCARE or FORENSICS. But no.
I am a WRITER.
I have been writing SINCE 2000 after WINNING in a screenplay writing contest. I used to work in FILM & TV. Having been employed IN DIFFERENT INDUSTRIES for more than 19 years provided me good materials and insights for writing NOVELS. In 2012, I decided to become an AUTHORPRENEUR. Since then, most of my projects are related to BUSINESS WRITING.
I work from home here in MONCADA, TARLAC, a province here in the PHILIPPINES and my father's hometown. Electricity and THE INTERNET are not a problem. You could reach me easily via e-mail, Skype, and mobile phone.
I believe in TRUTH, KINDNESS, and SIMPLICITY. These values show in my work as my seal of QUALITY.
For more information, check out my services and portfolio, or request for a quotation.
Let's collaborate and here's looking forward to working with you.
1 award-winning screenplay, 3 Filipino novels, 2 English novels, 5 comics, a tabloid column, and counting
Novels, scripts, other manuscripts, and ghostwriting
Web content, articles, blogs, corporate profiles, press release, social media management, etc.
Presentations, training modules, e-books, workshops, etc.
either write things worth reading, or do things worth the writing.' I decided to do both." - Issa Bacsa
Creative Mixed Media
Freelance Writers Group of the Philippines
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