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Filipina Book Writers: What is Your Child Reading?

What is your child reading? Three Filipina book writers says it’s time to engage children with fairy tales and adventures in the Philippine setting. Instead of foreign characters, why not local characters who can inspire children to learn about Filipino values. Why shouldn’t the setting be in our home country? Why (more…)Read More

Blog Count: (10) Meet Dessert Comes First

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Our featured blogger Lori Baltazar, 40, has been baking and blogging her way to fame. Her blog, Dessert Comes First, was born on May 2005 after she decided she wanted to tell sweet tooth stories. Close to a decade later, the tooth is still leading the way to exciting ventures. Last (more…)Read More

Blog Count: (3) Meet Chachic’s Book Nook

She is a bookworm, our young Pinay blogger. Originally from Manila, she moved to Singapore in July 2012. “I feel like my life in Singapore is not very exciting. I moved here for a job opportunity that isn’t related to the book industry and in my spare time, I like (more…)Read More

The Making of Writer Marissa Jarmin Hartwig

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As an educator, critic, and publisher, I am always on the lookout for fresh writing talent. I want to encourage writers with something significant to share with the rest of humanity. When I first read a sample of the writing of Marissa Jarmin Hartwig, I immediately realized that here was (more…)Read More

Koreanovelas Inspire Bianca Bernardino To Write Fiction

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Young Filipina professional Bianca Bernardino, a 26-year-old B.S. Psychology graduate, took her angsts on to blogging site Wattpad and produced the internet novels My Girl and I (1&2), She’s Dating the Gangster, Lie About Us, and She’s Dating The Gangster, Too (a sequel). For her hit online fiction work She’s (more…)Read More

“Life is a Dance” Book by Marissa J. Hartwig, Filipina

A personal journey of living life as a dance, finding inspiration, creativity, discovery, and the realization of the divine. Marissa J. Hartwig Filipina Author of Life is a Dance Book. Click to tweet this story here. More information at www.facebook.com/lifeisadancebook Through her life experiences, utilizing prose and poetry, the author uses (more…)Read More

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