Snippets from Voks Weagen*

Voks: No. I’m not a mind-reader and I don’t like reading other guys’ emotions. Feeling that someone is an abanger will only instill hatred. I also trust my partner that she will not entertain abangers.

~ Episode 2: In A Relationship

 

Voks: Don’t expect someone to change. Love them the way they are. You’re very lucky if they indeed change. So don’t give your whole heart to someone whom you’d expect will change for you someday. There’s a big possibility that you will just be disappointed.

~ Special Episode: Heartbreaks

 

*Name has been changed.

 

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About Voks

Voks Weagen (pen name) graduated from the De La Salle University with a Bachelor’s Degree in Electronics and Communications Engineering.

He worked with several telecom companies after graduation. He is now working as an IT Service Quality Manager for a UK-based company while finishing his MBA at the Ateneo Graduate School of Business.

He has already found the love of his life. He is currently enjoying the company of their beautiful daughter.

 

 

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Edits: Jacquie Bamba S. Zamora

Before I Do Anthology

Philippine Copyright © 2016 by Katherine C. Eustaquio-Derla

Kath C. Eustaquio-Derla is a journalism graduate from the University of Santo Tomas in Manila, Philippines. She wrote Bedroom Blog by Veronica, a relationship blog for Cosmopolitan Philippines from 2009 to 2011, which covers most of her single dating life. In 2015, she published her first book Before I Do. She’s passionate about coffee, red wine, books and Mad Men. She stopped collecting hearts when she got married in 2013 and went back to collecting Archie Comics ever since. Send the author a tweet @kceustaquio.

Disclaimer: This book is a work of fiction. Names, characters, places and incidents are products of the author’s imagination and are used fictitiously. Any resemblance to actual events, places or persons, living or dead is entirely coincidental. Image from Pexels.com.

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