About Histrionic Deity

Ambivert. Eidolon. Paradox.
16th of February
passionate writer
zealous performer

Manila Science High School (2009)
Pamantasan ng Lungsod ng Maynila (BS Accountancy 2013)

loves coffee, milk tea, chocolates, ice cream, pasta and pizza
finds the smell of old books euphoric
obsessed with sunsets and seascapes and rainbows
unpredictable at most times
expressive and loud
addicted to living

She wants to become
a source of inspiration
by making her readers realize
that there's nothing wrong
with being themselves.
She hopes to have this blog
as a medium
to make everyone feel that
they're beautiful, blessed and loved.


For questions and other concerns:



Why 'Histrionic Deity'?
It's basically a random pen name which best represents my paradoxical self.

Why do you blog?
I blog to express - as simple as that.

What's the theme of your blog?
It's just anything about my life. I don't have a specific theme for this because I blog whatever I want to blog.

When did you start blogging?
I started blogging way back in 2005, when I was in second year high school. I kept on switching blogging platforms but finally settled with Blogger (here you go) in 2012.

When did you realize your passion for writing?
I started keeping a diary during the third grade, but began participating in real-time writing when I was in Grade 5 for our school paper.

Why didn't you take a degree related in journalism or creative writing?
I'll go straight to the point: practicality. I never stopped writing though. Besides, I can still have a writing career even though I finished a business degree; talk about diversity and having an avenue of several choices.

What's your greatest achievement as a writer so far?
Aside from the various contests I have fortunately bagged awards from, well, uh, modesty aside, I became an Editor-in-Chief twice - first when I was in elementary (The Liguorian Bulletin) and then when I was in college (The Ledger - the official publication of the Junior Philippine Institute of Accountants PLM Chapter). Being the EIC of 'The Ledger' (year-end output was a 100-paged magazine) was the best so far.
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