About

Short Professional Bio

Jess Chua: Content Specialist

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I am a content specialist living in Southwest Florida.

After several twists and turns in my career path, I came to realize that writing is how I blend my passion for creativity and problem-solving.

I strive to be results oriented, through consistently observing and listening in order to provide meaningful improvements.

MBTI: INFJ

RESUME

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My writing tips have been mentioned in Apartment TherapyDataboxNG Data, and other publications.

SOCIAL MEDIA + CONTACT

I am on LinkedIn.

I’ve cut down my social media usage in order to spend more time on print books and relevant courses.

If you’re a fellow introvert or would like to chat about similar interests, send me an email!

uxjesschua AT gmail DOT com


Creative Bio

Jess Chua: Short Story Writer

Some nights, I write horror short stories. My pets include a cuddly grey cat and two female betta fish.

Edgar Allan Poe was my gateway to fantastic literature.

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MY STORY

10 Random Facts About Me (will summarize and link to a longer blog post)

  • I was born in and grew up in Singapore. 
  • I lived in Maine during my 20’s and live in Florida now.
  • I’m Chinese-Eurasian.
  • I’m a Virgo sun sign with a Pisces moon.
  • My boyfriend has the same birth date as Edgar Allan Poe (!)
  • I work for a very cool podcast in the personal development industry.
  • I love cats 
  • I wrote under a pen name in my 20’s and took a multiyear break from writing fiction to reinvent myself.
  • My first website was Dragonsinn.net (est. 1999).
  • I’m calmer without social media. You’ll find me writing and blogging more often.

Some of My Favorite Stories

STEPHEN KING

Pet Sematary.

SHIRLEY JACKSON

The Lottery and The Possibility of Evil.

EDGAR ALLAN POE

MS. Found in a Bottle.

ROBERT BLOCH

Psycho.

RUSSELL LEE & DAMIEN SIN

Singapore Ghost + Horror Stories.

J.G. Ballard

Vermilion Sands.

“A writer should have the precision of a poet and the imagination of a scientist.”

Vladimir Nabokov