The creative writing workshop conducted by Mr. Percy Roxas, editor-in-chief of LOOKEAST MAGAZINE, as well as Carl Heaton’s (the guy behind Web Courses Bangkok) blogging tips on how to put a blog on top of Google, became a tool for me to get to know people who love to pen down their emotions either through a poem, blog post, and other stuff they find worth writing. Not only did I get the chance to meet these brilliant minds, I was also able to be friends with some of them, and left a promise that help in blogging will arrive come the time of asking. I am not an expert, but I know a bit more compared to others who are just starting to have their works be seen around the world. Naks!
Anyhow, I hope that there will be more workshops such as this. Honestly, I learned a lot from the speakers. I learned something from the other aspiring bloggers/writers as well.
Thanks to Jezreel Llanera and to the people behind the workshop. Without you guys, this event wouldn’t be made possible
PS: Although I don’t categorize blogging under the “passion” level yet, I have a feeling I’ll get there soon enough. Wink.
Photos: Pinoy Thaiyo.