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Diary ng Panget (Diary ng Panget #1) by HaveYouSeenThisGirL: A Book Review

Diary ng Panget ( Diary of an Ugly ). This romantic-comedy novel became so successfully phenomenal that it was eventually adapted for a movie in 2014. 1,148 more words


Decoding Fun and Friendship

by Nitoy Gonzales

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Bedside story

A secret code. A secret group. A new friend (or foe?). No, it is not a Dan Brown novel. 377 more words


The Magic of Flying

by KB Meniado

I first saw Paper Planes Back Home by Tara Frejas on Instagram. I remember feeling desperate for a copy. One, that lovely cover. 613 more words

Kb Meniado

Crossed Wires: The Necessity of Translation

by Wina Puangco

A few weeks ago, I was listening to (read: eavesdropping on) some strangers in Fully Booked complain about the Filipino translation of John Green’s… 979 more words

Philippine Literature


Mrs. Cruz is a fond user of slippers that she wears them on her way to school. Where are her black leather shoes? They are there inside her bag, resting peacefully, and waiting for a clean cemented road to step on. 231 more words


Philippine Literature (The American Regime)

I’ve been really busy from school that’s why I can’t update here and on m instagram. I’m taking Lit 101 this semester. Our project is to search stories  from the famous authors from the American Regime (1898-1941). 1,629 more words

American Regime