Freelancers Profile Luning Bonifacio Ira The Writer

John Updike, Dr, Seuss, Mark Twain,E.B White, Alice Munro,John Steinbeck,John Irving,Stephen King, Agatha Chistie,Leo Tolstoy, Ernest Hemingway, Roald Dahl, T.E Lawrence, Nick Joaquim, NVN Gonzalez, Greg Brillantes, Renato Constantino, and Luning Bonifacio Ira. They are just names,some familiar and unfamiliar names.All the individuals I mentioned have all one thing in common. They are all Writers.…Read more Freelancers Profile Luning Bonifacio Ira The Writer

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11 Tips for New Bloggers By Chris W. Werner

11 Tips for New Bloggers by Chriswwerner\ Hi! Remember Danny Kaye? He was one of my favorites-An American actor, singer, dancer, and musician. His iconic beautiful smile has been etched in my heart ever since I was a child. While checking out the website I encountered a beautiful blog especially for new aspiring Bloggers. After…Read more 11 Tips for New Bloggers By Chris W. Werner

Use Your Blog To Sell Yourself

http://pekson.com/2016/07/08/use-your-blog-to-sell-yourself/ Four years ago, I met two awesome and fabulous individuals. Their names Mr. Ron Oriel Darunday Villagonzalo Business  Owner of Work@Home Philippines and Mr. Rafael Pekson II-Freelance Consultant of WorXpresso. Mr. Pekson is a co-founder of Bloggers Philippines Network. Both individuals have shared their precious time, knowledge, sharing their experience to every Filipino who would want to…Read more Use Your Blog To Sell Yourself

How Do Writers come up with Brilliant Ideas?Michael D.Turashoff

As a writer, I’m sure you have struggled with how to come up with a great idea for a story. You aren’t alone, it happens to all of us. Some writers will assume that since they aren’t coming up with a good idea they have writer’s block. This isn’t the case because writer’s block […] via…Read more How Do Writers come up with Brilliant Ideas?Michael D.Turashoff

We Filipinos are Mild Drinkers by Alejandro Roces-DIS CRIS

When the Americans recaptured the Philippines, they built an air base a few miles from our barrio. Yankee soldiers became a very common sight. I met a lot of GIs and made many friends. I could not pronounce their names. I could not tell them apart. All Americans looked alike to me. They all looked white. One afternoon I was plowing our rice field with our carabao named datu. I was barefooted and stripped to the waist. My pants that were made from abaca fibers and woven on homemade looms were rolled to

Writing 101: Sacred and Simple

Beautifully written…Sacred and Simple.All the best…

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A Holistic Journey

The more I write, the more I am taken with it, the magic of the word. Turn the wrist and your word is a clear brook. Flick, and you have a blade, or a balm. To be able to put out one, two, three words for a title and draw people in; convince them to pause in their hurried steps and step inside, there is a power in that. They pull up a seat, and some linger and chat. Some cry a little; other times they walk out still laughing because it was the room of your childhood they had entered and they remembered. The window to your marriage you’d opened and they know. It was your messy soul they inhabited briefly, experienced from the inside out and they blushed a little. It was their one-minute confessional before they drew the door back out to the light.

There is something…

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