Issa Bacsa as a toddler with her dad

Thoughts On Father’s Day

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[…]

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Happy Easter and Happy 48th Birthday!

Happy Easter! Today, I feel blessed to be 48. Yes, today is also my birthday. I just feel happy about it. It’s the year of the Fire Rooster and it’s my Chinese zodiac, too. Lucky year for me, I wish. Years ago, I wrote down on my old blog that age is just a number and listed Read more about Happy Easter and Happy 48th Birthday![…]

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Reasons Why Our Marriage Would Not Work — And Yet It Does

Voltaire and I usually walk together in the morning after working from home on the graveyard shift for the same company. On our way home, he put his arm around me, his right hand landing on my shoulder and said, “We’re a miracle, don’t you think so?” I thought for a second and asked back, Read more about Reasons Why Our Marriage Would Not Work — And Yet It Does[…]

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10 Things I’m Thankful For This 2016

Only a few days left before we say goodbye to 2016 and the Year of the Rooster comes in. As usual, many will make their list of resolutions however, I decided to deviate. Instead, I’ll be listing down the 10 things I’m thankful for this 2016. 1. Working at Home It was in the middle Read more about 10 Things I’m Thankful For This 2016[…]

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Guilty

I wrote Guilty back in August 2002, right after submitting the manuscript of Living In a Lie. The idea came from an article I’ve read from an old copy of the Reader’s Digest. If I’m not mistaken, the article was entitled, “Why Do I Defend Criminals?” something like that. While writing the story, I used the casting Read more about Guilty[…]

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Number One Fan (book trailer)

I’m not a multimedia artist but I do tinker a lot. This time, I tried creating a video on Stupeflix and here’s what I produced: Most book trailers I’ve seen are less than 1 minute and 30 seconds long. Mine was only a 30-seconder. Let me know your thoughts. Again, there’s always a first time Read more about Number One Fan (book trailer)[…]

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My Love-Hate Affair With WordPress

  Yes, I’m back to WordPress, the blog site I stumbled upon way back in 2012 and fell in love with, only to leave a year and a month later in favor of another website. Three years ago, when I started out with a blog I named Bottom Line Chronicles, I couldn’t figure out how I could Read more about My Love-Hate Affair With WordPress[…]

book Cover of The First Trilogy by Issa Bacsa

The First Trilogy (in Original Filipino Text)

Looking back from where I started, I couldn’t help but smile. It brought back memories and at the same time it showed me a pattern — either a pattern of growth or a pattern of style. This year, I decided to release in e-book format my first trilogy which I wrote 13 years ago. Publishing an Read more about The First Trilogy (in Original Filipino Text)[…]

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The Vixens

The original plan on The Vixens was a 6-part erotica series in the tradition of Sex and the City and Desperate Housewives. It was originally a ghostwriting project for an erotica website in the UK and the instruction was to “make it titillating to women readers (the market).” However, my client and I parted ways Read more about The Vixens[…]

Cover of Number One Fan by Issa Bacsa

Number One Fan

In 2002, I planned to write a trilogy about three newscasters, each having a story to tell. Inspired by The Bestseller by Lila Ramsey and The ABC Murders by Agatha Christie, I challenged myself to write a mystery-thriller using the nursery rhyme Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star as a clue. It is about a newscaster who Read more about Number One Fan[…]

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INFOGRAPHIC: Issa Bacsa at a Glance

Resume should be comprehensive at the same time creative. At this age of modern technology, everyone has to come up with something to sell himself to a client or an employer. But not all companies prefer the creative resume, they still prefer that you submit the good old typewritten resume on a clean white paper. Read more about INFOGRAPHIC: Issa Bacsa at a Glance[…]

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What If It Was Written In Filipino?

Back in 2012, a few months before I resigned from TeleTech, I posted on Facebook and sent an email to some friends an excerpt from two chapters of my novel, Number One Fan. It was still titled Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star (a suspense novel) back then. Let me share with you the original excerpt written in Filipino: Read more about What If It Was Written In Filipino?[…]

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