MONICA PAUL

I spend most of my spare time writing stories and playing with Photoshop and Illustrator, there is where I spill all the fantasy that runs through my wild and irreverent spirit.

In my working hours I am a copywriter/ghostwriter and a web designer/developer. Life guided me to the Information Technology industry, I am grateful for that.

The IT world vision helps me to write fiction and gives me skills to take my gift to the farthest corners of the world.

My Graphic Art

Apart from writing code for websites and optimize images for my web clients, I love to create.

I love to play with Photoshop, Illustrator and many other tools, techniques and materials.

I may use a pencil, a brush with acrylic or oil paintings, or my computer.

My top models are my kitties and Yoga.

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My Tiny Love Teacher made me remember my pets, the ones that left and the ones that are still alive. They give you a lot more love than the love you give to them.

I loved the book and I hope there is a second part. Is Monica adopting another cat?

– Silvia Ramirez de Aguilar

My Writing Blog

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How You Know You Truly Love Youself

How do you know how much you love yourself?
Along with this life journey, I learned that an important clue about my inner world is to respond to this other question: How judgmental am I of others?

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My Stories

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Love you Girl

Have you ever seen yourself; I mean your girl. To then feel overwhelmed thinking how did you take yourself to a place you dislike? This happened to me, and worse…

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I Fell in Love With My Body

The other day I was rushing to the gym and fell; I scratch my knee, it was an ugly scratch. For a moment I made up a storm about my self-love and esteem.
But, was it that I was being disciplined at the gym or, was it that I was punishing myself with hard work I didn’t even like?

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Looking for a Boyfriend

One day, Alex told Arianna it would be a good idea if Choux had a boyfriend. This was the beginning of an adventure that Arianna would never forget. The best outcome was a new friendship she still enjoys.

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