Anna Sibal-Gonzaga

Author's details

Name: Anna Sibal-Gonzaga
Date registered: May 3, 2012


Anna Sibal-Gonzaga is a freelance writer based in the Philippines. She likes reading books and watching movies and TV shows in the sci-fi, fantasy and historical genres. She is also a casual gamer and an all-around nerd.

Latest posts

  1. On My Own — April 2, 2016
  2. About a Boy — January 22, 2016
  3. Andrei and Adeline — September 20, 2015
  4. Discovering Doctor Who [Spoiler Alert] — March 10, 2015
  5. Playing Peek-A-Boo with Mount Mayon — February 7, 2015

Most commented posts

  1. Why Do You Want to Work as a Freelance Writer? — 5 comments
  2. Reads for the Week – The “Death” of Blogging and the Business of Freelance Writing — 4 comments
  3. On My Own — 2 comments
  4. How to Succeed with Outsourcing – From the Perspective of a Filipino Outsourced Freelancer — 2 comments
  5. Girl Gamers – You Don’t See Us, but We’re There — 2 comments

Author's posts listings

TLC for My PC – 9 Computer Maintenance Tasks I Have Resolved to Do More Frequently

Computers are invaluable to freelance writers. There’s a certain joy to writing on a typewriter, to be sure, but you can’t log online to do research for a project, email your clients or update your Facebook status on a typewriter.

My computer is definitely invaluable to me. I depend a lot on her (yes, my …

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Reads for the Week – Blogging Mistakes and Creating Your Freelancer Brand

Here are some interesting reads I found online this week.


20 Cringe-Worthy Business Blogging Mistakes
We all have pet peeves that will keep us from visiting a blog again. Stanford from Pushing Social shares us his blogging peeves.

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How to Stay Productive and Sane on Bad Weather Days

After some days of torrential rains that brought Metro Manila underwater, we finally saw some sunshine. The season of bad weather isn’t over yet, though. Until November rolls in, we can expect showers, thunderstorms, baby typhoons, and super-typhoons blowing our way.

As I’m a freelance writer working from home, one …

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On Higher Ground

Karen Carpenter once sang that rainy days and Mondays always get her down. Down does not even begin to describe how living in Manila feels like right now.

I can honestly say it’s been a while since I last saw …

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Reads for the Week – On WordPress Security, Creating Content, Failing Forward and Vacations

This week’s picks from my Google Alerts and RSS reader.

Blogging and are Stolen from @GoDaddy
This is old news already, but this has given me another reason to leave GoDaddy and look for a new home for my other …

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