On Asians’ Essential Hypertension… “Why that much meds and vits?” I am asked. My answer is something like this: “It’s old age. Oh, and that Asian genetic make up that renders us prone to hypertension. It’s so normal and expected, my doctor said, that it is called essential hypertension. This essential hypertension is quite dangerous…… Continue reading Finding the funny
Originally posted on Ronel the Mythmaker:
I may have mentioned it once or twice that two of my stories were published in an anthology in 2017… Anyhow, here are all the details you need to get excited over retellings of the the classic Cinderella story. Cinderella Reimagined: An anthology of Cinderella Retellings Do you sometimes…
Originally posted on Crossroads and Conquests:
Source: Reimaginings Books, Do you have your own Midsummer Night’s Dream We have released Cinderella Reimagined: An Anthology of Cinderella Retellings and it is now available on Amazon, USA, UK and Europe. This signals the start of a new challenge. Theresa J. Barker and I invite all writers and…
Theresa and I invite all writers and authors to submit their own take on Shakespeare’s beloved MIDSUMMER NIGHT’S DREAM.
Learning Spanish is quite fun for me. While most of the phrases and sentences don’t make sense to me as I don’t know when I would use them, there are those a few sentences that do (even if I can’t quite see yet when I might need to say them). Even better are those that…… Continue reading Learning Spanish
Just a short note from me today to send my greetings to all the mothers out there. Happy Mother’s Day! Happy Mother’s Day to my mother! Being a mother is a tough job so don’t be too hard on yourself. Remember that you’re doing the best that you can and we all have…… Continue reading Happy Mother’s Day!
A fellow writer and blogger, one I consider a good friend although we haven’t met, has set out to be a more #productivewriter. She refers to her new experimental project “Writing into the Dream – a six-week experiment in becoming a more productive writer”. Click here to read her post. I am in the middle…… Continue reading Writing and what keeps me away from it
Thirty days to 45. As I count down, my melodramatic self will be on a quest to figure out what to do with Anna Jailene Aguilar. Yes, me! 🙂 Oh, and something else… In the next 30 days, my goal is to have a clearer understanding of what I want the most in life and…… Continue reading Counting down
It's 02:30 in South Africa and I have just finished writing my 294 words for Cracked Flash Fiction. I started writing at about 17:00 yesterday. This is the longest it's taken me to write 294 words. That's almost 10 hours! And I don't know if it's any good. Granted that there were other activities done… Continue reading Writing flash fiction
Theresa’s post, ‘Visual Poem – stack of books in a cafe’, inspired me to share this post. I found her visual poem interestingly stimulating. I had taken pictures of my books-to-read last year hoping to get pushed to get done with my reading by posting it on my Instagram and sharing the date I intend to…… Continue reading A stack makes a poem