Posts tagged Guam
Biba Guahan: Prologue & Chapter One

About a week ago, I asked in a poll on my Instagram whether or not my followers would like to read sample chapters of a work in progress in the same way George R.R. Martin teases all of us with spinets from his latest volume of A Song of Ice and Fire. (Still waiting on Winds of Winter, George. Still waiting.) Everyone who voted said, "Yes." So, here we are. 

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Feeling Far Away From Myself

The past year has been a whirlwind. By this time in 2017, I had placed in one screenwriting contest for the London Film Awards and made it to the Top Ten in ScriptFest. If you had told me then that I would advance in several more and win another by the time the year was up, I’d probably think you’d gone mad. In addition to that, I was asked to be part of the development team for a television show scheduled to pitch to major networks. All the time and effort I had been spending on my writing was paying off with tremendous opportunity and honestly, in a shorter timespan than most spend in their pursuit of a Hollywood career. I was closer to becoming a professional screenwriter than I previously believed was even possible for me just a few short years ago. And I yet I felt incredibly far away from myself. Now, I know that might sound quite confusing so let me try to explain.

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The Greatest Love Story I Know

This week is Valentine’s Day week and your social media feed will undoubtedly be filled with pictures of gifts, gestures, and #RelationshipGoals but I wanted to take this opportunity to tell you the greatest love story I know which became the basis for everything I have done in my writing and which still influences my life in ways I am only beginning to understand. I do want to say that if you decide to read on – and I hope you do – this blog post does contain spoilers to some of my works. But I hope that in reading it, you can understand why I am so moved to write about it.

I want to tell you about my grandparents.

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