We are now in the second phase of editing the manuscript of Book two of the Relic Series and also gearing up for the book cover design. Everything was done with hard work and determination. I thank the people who supported me and gave me the inspiration to continue moving forward. It wasn’t easy because … More Gearing up for Book two of The Relic Series
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
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
Writing in Progress. Elijah and Hayleya—my main characters in North Emblem occupied my thoughts more often these days. I know it’s somehow weird when you hear someone saying, “My characters are talking to me in my head and I can hear their voices loud enough that I am compelled to write a transcript of their … More Book 2 of The Relic Series
May 3, 2017, was the day my second novel ‘North Emblem‘ was published. The project started since last year and overall, it took one year and a few months for this second novel to be completed—from writing, editing, formatting, copyright, designing, registration, and publication. It was with hard work and determination, finishing all the tasks … More When a writer isn’t writing
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
“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.