About me

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20-something Baha’i writer living in different parts of the world, while trying to blog regularly. I write original fiction, fan fiction, and opinion pieces. I’m very passionate about the written word and its role in the betterment of society.

Originally from Paraguay, ethnically too much of a mix to properly explain. I’ve lived in Paraguay, Israel, Tanzania, Lithuania and the USA.

I’m currently pursuing a BS in Chemical Engineering and a BA in Professional Writing in Massachusetts, where I’m also engaged in establishing a strong junior youth and children’s spiritual empowerment program with the local community.

I’m a writer at Hypable and an editor at BahaiTeachings.org. I’m a frequent participant of National Novel Writing Month, and fan fiction exchanges like the Narnia Fic Exchange. and the Rare Pair exchange. In November I like to start word sprints on twitter.

I’m a freelance editor for English, Spanish, and translations. I could help you with your book! Find all that info here.

Check out my list of works in progress to see what I’m up to!

Appearances elsewhere

I got a chance to write a guest blog post for Lyn the Thorne-Alder (or here)

I was featured in a NaNoWriMo Spotlight for The Kelworth Files

I’ve given a few talks at the National University of Itapua (Universidad Nacional de Itapua), and here’s an article about me

I’ve appeared on Mugglecast (to talk about Harry Potter) and Hype Podcast (to talk about Sense8)


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      • Hmm, that’s strange. There always used to be a follow button, but I don’t see one on your blog. And there’s none on mine either, now that I’m thinking about it. I wonder if WP has done another “hate Macs” thing and I just can’t see it. I do use the subscribe widget, but I’m thinking about changing the theme, since it’s all the way at the bottom.


  1. Okay, my confusion. It used to be at the top of the page, so that’s where I looked for it. Now I see that it’s at the bottom. I’ve been on WordPress a long time, and still don’t understand the compulsion to constantly change things that are working fine.


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