Book Published: The Condor of the South

My third novel ‘The Condor of the South’ was a one-year project. And now that it is published, I feel so humbled and grateful. All those sleepless nights, working on the manuscript was all worth it. I thank everyone who supported me. It is because of you all, I am inspired to write more. Soon, the third book of the Relic series shall be written. … More Book Published: The Condor of the South


The Relic Series

Right after I wrote my debut novel A Timeless Heartbeat and have it published last 2016, I took a short break from writing. But it wasn’t really to set aside about the novel works. In fact,  I squeezed the time conceptualizing for my next novels. I promised myself to produce a book every year. Hard … More The Relic Series

Planning 2018

Welcome, 2018! I am supposed to create a post here in my blog last January, but my time was bent hard, squeezing every minute of it to do my passion in writing and other things like coins and sprouts. My day job is on top of it too. Time management was stretched out. It’s tough … More Planning 2018

Reflecting 2017

A few days more and we will begin our countdown to welcome the year 2018—our beginning for a brighter future and new hopes. The year 2017 is ending, but before it happens, I wanted to look back on how I made it through this year as a writer and as an author. Sure it wasn’t easy—like … More Reflecting 2017

North Emblem, Pre-release

After a year of conceptualizing, writing, editing and listening to the voices of the characters in my head—telling me how to write their story, my second novel “North Emblem” is pre-released today—available this coming May 3, 2017. Finishing this novel took a lot of effort, patience, and determination. It was a product of hard work … More North Emblem, Pre-release

My 14 ways to say “I Love You” on Valentine’s Day.

“Show don’t tell.” It’s one of the best practices in creative writing. As a romance writer myself, my goal is to let my readers experience the atmosphere of love through the words I’ve used, depicting a scene in the story—to make the reader feel what the character feels at a certain time and place. The … More My 14 ways to say “I Love You” on Valentine’s Day.

Notes Sharing: Developing Your Author Business Plan: The Key Components

Last October 22, 2016, I am one of the many lucky participants who joined the Indie Author Fringe (Frankfurt Book Fair) Online Conference organized by The Alliance of Independent Author (ALLi). It was such a privilege to learn many things from all of the speakers during that event. And of course, my notebook was with … More Notes Sharing: Developing Your Author Business Plan: The Key Components

A Timeless Heartbeat New Cover Revealed

Two living souls who wish to rekindle a love—born from the past and reborn in the present. It was a love of a lifetime tested by time and age. But fate was elusive. The long days of waiting has consumed her peace—it leads to a dark plan. Another soul can spark their flame of love in exchange for something she can never take back—her life. Death is not the end, in the name of love. … More A Timeless Heartbeat New Cover Revealed

Challenges of a writer #2: Achieving the goals.

In every endeavor, there lies a specific goal that every writer would have wanted to achieve in this lifetime. The goal varies depending on the artistic claim of every writer. Hence, I’m speaking in behalf of my personal journey as I took the road of becoming a better novelist. I wanted to excavate my deepest … More Challenges of a writer #2: Achieving the goals.

Top 4 emotions I am dealing with before publishing.

For every aspiring author like myself, coming up with a polished manuscript is the ultimate challenge since day one. After all, those sleepless nights of hard work and not to mention, the bottomless coffee in order to extend your awakening-lifeline support just to finish a chapter of your book embarked as your stepping stone of … More Top 4 emotions I am dealing with before publishing.

3 Techniques I Used For My Editing Challenge

After six months of conceptualizing and putting the voices of my characters into words and dialogues, I have finally completed my first unpublished novel. Writing the finale of the story significantly brought me to an ultimate experience being a writer. My attempt to build a humble beginning to pave the way to this passion of … More 3 Techniques I Used For My Editing Challenge

How I Improved My Sense Of Direction (10 Practical Tips)

A guide from someone whose sense of direction is poor to the point of far beyond what other people mean when they said, they have poor sense of direction. Now let’s analyze your situation. So, you like to travel. You want to explore other places on your own. You want to feel independent. You want … More How I Improved My Sense Of Direction (10 Practical Tips)

Where it all begins?

They say, the beginning justifies what’s today. I won’t forget the first time I have ignited the passion with just one spark. And then the flame just died on its own. The passion wavered and it was completely forgotten. It was in the summer of 1995 that I have started what they have called writing … More Where it all begins?

My Dearest friend,

Hi there. I know becoming a writer is not an easy walk in a bed of roses. I need your point of views, your critics and thoughts that can help me assess if my writing has the flavor of a story that can create marks to the heart and mind of the readers. So I … More My Dearest friend,