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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The whole world celebrates Father’s Day today and here are my random thoughts about it. I can say I’m a Daddy’s Little Girl. Not because I’m the only child, but also because my Dad and I are much closer than I was with my Mom. I grew up under the care of my uncle, Mom’s eldest brother, Read more about Thoughts On Father’s Day[…]
I’ve been reading books since grade school but I’ve started doing book reviews in 2012. I remember when I revived my old Webs.com account and started a blog category I named “My Bookshelf”. The original plan was to write a review on each book that I have on my bookshelf literally. However, technology has introduced Read more about Being Paid to Read a Book and Write a Review[…]
How would you balance freedom of religion and discrimination? Is there a line between freedom of artistic expression and discrimination? Recently, the Supreme Court of the United States decided in favor of Jack Phillips, the baker who refused to create a custom-made wedding cake for Charlie Craig and David Mullen, a gay couple, in 2012. Read more about Where Do You Draw a Line Between Artistic Expression and Discrimination?[…]
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I’ve mentioned this before, I attended a screenplay writing workshop in 1999. A few months or a year after, I bought a book Teach Yourself Screenwriting by Raymond G. Frensham. Unfortunately, someone borrowed the book and never returned it to me. Anyway, I remember in the first part of that book it mentioned about the Read more about Did You Know That There Are Only 8 Basic Stories in the World?[…]
“Don’t be a foreigner in your own country.” Someone said that to me many years ago and somehow, I agree. It’s better to know one’s country first than to know others. However, traveling in the second largest archipelago in the world could be daunting. With 7,100+ islands, 15 regions, and 82 provinces (including Metro Manila), there Read more about From Abra to Zamboanga[…]
I’m retrogaming. I admit, I’m from Generation X whose gaming life is what you would say old-school. I’ve seen games evolved from the small hand-held Nintendo Game & Watch to today’s PlayStation 4. So I’ve played a few games from and in between. Retrogaming or classic gaming is a term to describe playing old video Read more about I’m a Retrogaming Mom[…]
Our eyes can tell us more about the world around us than any of the other sense organs. They’re like a camera, but far more complex and sensitive. And they are more than just our windows to the world. Our eyes also reveal our inner feelings and even our state of health. Unfortunately, many of Read more about 7 Eye Nutrients to a 20/20 Vision[…]
Talking to a computer was just a sci-fi concept fifty years ago and beyond. It was something we could only see in Stanley Kubrick’s 1968 film, 2001: A Space Odyssey, or TV shows like Star Trek. Too futuristic; all in special visual and sound effects. That was the time when machines have been helping humans do Read more about Is High-Tech Getting Creepy?[…]
I won’t ever forget the day I gave birth. Giving birth is one experience that I could write or tell as if it just happened yesterday. It’s so vivid in my memory that all the details are still there, bright and colorful. Fourteen years ago, I was a pregnant housewife and my husband had just started his Read more about Our Baby is Now a Teenager[…]
If I ask you when was the last time you read a book, chances are you’ll answer last weekend, at the least, or a month or a year ago, at the most. But if I ask you when was the last time you read something online (a tweet or a Facebook update), you’ll probably answer Read more about Read and Discover 6 Benefits[…]
It’s Mother’s Day once again and the world is celebrating motherhood. Expect everybody greeting every mom a “Happy Mother’s Day!” Thanks to those who greeted me (and who will greet me) this day. Why Mother’s Day? Mother’s Day celebration began in 1908 when Anna Jarvis held a memorial for her mother at St. Andrew’s Methodist Read more about 6 Personifications of Motherhood[…]
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