NYLON MANILA EDITOR-IN-CHIEF

Contrary to popular belief, Angelo wasn’t always supposed to be a writer. He’s always loved it for sure, but never thought of it as anything special. In fact, he walked past the school paper sign ups in high school out of hesitation engulfed in fear. Eventually, he mustered enough courage to give it a go a year later and he hasn’t looked back since. From essays to fan fiction and now published work that hopefully tugs at the heartstrings and makes one think critically, there is no greater joy and yes, love, for this writer who promises to pen stories until the last possible moment.

Thoroughly weirded out, he isn’t sure why he’s writing in the third-person perspective, but it does sound oddly cool.

NYLON MANILA EDITOR-IN-CHIEF

Contrary to popular belief, Angelo wasn’t always supposed to be a writer. He’s always loved it for sure, but never thought of it as anything special. In fact, he walked past the school paper sign ups in high school out of hesitation engulfed in fear. Eventually, he mustered enough courage to give it a go a year later and he hasn’t looked back since. From essays to fan fiction and now published work that hopefully tugs at the heartstrings and makes one think critically, there is no greater joy and yes, love, for this writer who promises to pen stories until the last possible moment.

Thoroughly weirded out, he isn’t sure why he’s writing in the third-person perspective, but it does sound oddly cool.