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“What Made Me Love My Profession” is the proud work of author Krystal Pasiliao

At the upcoming 2020 Los Angeles Times Festival of Books, readers get the opportunity to have their books signed and meet her in person.

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“I hope to give my readers an inspiration and learning experience by sharing with them my stories and memories of my many years of experiences as a member of the health profession.”

Krystal Pasiliao has published her new book “What Made Me Love My Profession”: a compelling play-by-play description of several of her encounters with patients who required her expertise and compassion. Published by Newman Springs Publishing, Krystal Pasiliao’s heartfelt tale expresses clearly just how satisfied she is in her field. Readers will be encouraged to find the same kind of joys and pride in the work they do.
“This book is a short read but has all the qualities and information there is to know and learn in being a nurse. To those trying to get into a nursing career, this will be a good read in considering going into that path. Highly recommend!” says Maria Friedlander, an Amazon customer who gave the book a full five-star rating.
Experience the captivatingly inspiring literature of Krystal Pasiliao by supporting her biography “What Made Me Love My Profession” as she presents it at her book-signing this Oct 3, 2020 – Oct 4, 2020 at the 2020 Los Angeles Times Festival of Books, or purchase a Kindle or paperback copy of it on Amazon. The book is also available at Barnes and Noble and Apple Book for the digital format.

What Made Me Love My Profession
 Author | Krystal Pasiliao
Publisher | Newman Springs Publishing, Inc.
Published Date | March 5, 2019
Genre | Biography
ISBN-13 | 978-1950947553
Paperback Price | $10.95, $20.95, $9.99 (Paperback, hardcover and digital)
About the Author
Krystal Pasiliao is a registered nurse with specialties in numerous nursing fields such as the emergency room, critical care, skilled nursing, and occupational health nursing.
“With so many years working in this kind of profession, I have realized it and always feel it deep in my heart that anytime I take care of an individual, I get some sort of emotional connection. It gives me a feeling of satisfaction and happiness as a person—a feeling that I am capable of performing and giving my best ability and to the fullest in providing excellent care to anyone. With this growing special attachment in me, it makes me stronger and stronger and better able to deal with so many difficult situations in life. No one deserves to die. We all deserve a second chance.”

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