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bookbed reviews: The Love of Lam-ang, A Boy Named Ibrahim

by KB MENIADO

It’s always a delight reading children’s books. In between their story lines are secrets, magic and a whole bunch of life lessons applicable at any age. 549 more words

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Why Filipinos Should Read: Nation, Self and Citizenship by Randolf David

by BRYAN MENIADO

The past weeks have been a roller coaster of national drama for us Filipinos. We have been stormed by the ongoing investigation on the notorious Bilibid drug trade, which has several interesting subplots, as well as the sudden and controversial burial of the late president, Ferdinand Marcos, at the Libingan ng mga Bayani, which prompted protests from the anti-Marcos groups. 1,078 more words

Filipino Authors

Book Report: Settle the Score and Hustle Play by Tara Frejas for The Emerald Pep Rally


First of all, I would like to admit that I am not really into sports – real life and otherwise. But I previously read The Forget You Brew… 462 more words

Thoughts

'If I Knew Then' Out on Amazon and in Print

Yes, that’s right. I know this announcement is super late but still, I am thrilled to announce that my newest release is now out in the wild. 276 more words

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#romanceclass: Writing to Travel, Traveling to Write

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by CARLA DE GUZMAN

The other day I was standing in line for a buffet, considering my food options when out of nowhere, a little voice in my head wondered, ‘what if a cute guy suddenly approached and commented on your buffet strategy?’ Would we talk about the order in which you had to eat the food? 538 more words

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Book Report: Once Summer Days by Arlene Manocot

After the book hauling happened during the #FeelsFest, it’s time to check and talk about the books. Once Summer Days by Arlene Manocot is one of the new titles that was launched during the event, and it’s also on the list of books I was so excited about. 415 more words

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Abot-Kamay na Pangarap: Mga Tatlong Aral Mula sa Tatlong Manunulat ng Panitikang Pambata

Teacher Annie, Teacher Yvette at Teacher Maita –sila ang mga huwarang guro hindi lamang sa larangan ng edukasyon kundi pati na rin sa panitikang pambata. Tunay nga namang nakakamangha ang kanilang mga librong naisulat. 592 more words