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Wedding Dance

One of my favorite Philippine short stories written in English is Wedding Dance by Amador T. Daguio. I found the scribbles of my literature class report on this and decided that before it goes to its semi-trash oblivion, it should better be put to use (by Philippine Literature students who seek the glorious easy way, perhaps? 725 more words


Noong Nakaraang Taon (Last Year) by Genaro R. Gojo Cruz: A Book Review

I am more used to reading Genaro R.  Gojo Cruz’s books that are tear-jerkers , but this one is different; it illustrates the Pollyanna attitude. 190 more words


The Secret of the Cave and Other Stories for Young Readers by Ed Maranan : A Book Review

What really made me decide to grab it  in a flash apart from the fact that I bought it  at  reduced price is its cute paperback picture. 1,056 more words


Connect the Dots o Kung Paano Ko Kinulayan ang Aking Buhay by Genaro R. Gojo Cruz: A Book Review

It is my first time to have bought a book  written in Filipino at National Book Store despite that I find  its price ( 175 pesos )  pretty expensive  compared to the  books in Book Sale.  884 more words


#buqoYA: A great option for Filipino authors and readers

by Racquel Castro

Ever since the launch of bookbed.org a year ago, bookbed has featured five Filipino authors and their experiences in publishing their works in the country. 1,082 more words


bookbed recommends: Popped by Chinggay Labrador

by Allana Luta

Wonder what goes on inside a K-pop fangirl’s head? Well, wonder no more since Popped lays out all the crazy fantasies that plays out in their (or OUR) minds! 378 more words