Driven by a sense of Justice and Equality, I decided at the age of 18 to study Law in the United Kingdom. After I had successfully completed my Master’s Degree in International Human Rights, Justice and Crime, I started my training period as a lawyer which lasted around 2 years. During this period, I realized that theory and reality are worlds apart, as I was practising a profession I had imagined differently in my mind when I first made the decision of following this career path.
Thus, I was urged to try out different work positions, mostly related to customer support, until I discovered that I could make my long-life passion my profession; writing. While still working on a company, I started working on the side as a freelance writer, undertaking either short or ongoing projects of various subjects. I was positively surprised and delighted to see that I was receiving positive feedback from my clients and this encouraged me to keep freelancing.