I’ve been writing for a living since 2009. It was the only full-time job I could have at that time. I didn’t consider myself a good writer then (I still don’t), but I’ve always been persistent – determined to get a story out there.
Since then, I’ve become a content manager, tech reporter, and operations officer for a media start-up. As I’ve told my friends, ESL for me stands for English as a source of livelihood. My assignments have been limited though since I voluntarily terminated my full-time staff contract. It’s why I’m incredibly grateful that for the month of August I’ll be writing for the website Scribol and assisting in the content development of a church website.
July is still part of the wilderness months, thus I only had two published stories: One for Scribol (my first piece for the site) and another one on here, where I shared my sentiment on what’s happening to Iglesia Ni Cristo.
I’ll appreciate if you can check it out and if you feel it’s good, share it with your friends or on any social media platforms you’re part of.
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