Since childhood I've been fond of writing stories, those that I've went through. I would read them later on and reminisce the things that occurred on that day. And then I would be happy knowing that somehow, I was able to capture the people and the emotions on a standstill.
Apart from writing, I immerse myself into reading good books. I still want to finish all the books of John Grisham and Judith McNaught :D
I am a Registered Nurse but am now employed as a firefighter. I still dream of achieving something though! And that is to inspire people through my writings. Hope I could :D You' ll know more about me in my piece "How I Made it Through" and what's in my heart in "A Mother's Day".
In times of a devastating disaster, a public servant would always be a public servant. Duty comes first as they say.
This is a first-hand account of my experience and all the people of my region during the wrath of super typhoon Yolanda (Haiyan).
Somehow I agree with koyaai, we have to leave the people thinking and finding out what happened. But I also agree that this is good, though I like you best with the short stories :D
Still a good job diane :D
I'm dyslexic, but that's not gonna stop me from telling stories.
Oh and please leave comments on my stories, or share it. Negative or positive, I'll read and try to reply to your comments. They build me up :D