Life lately has been so challenging to the point that no matter how hopeful I am, I still feel disappointed about the things happening in the country. Upcoming elections. Politicians and their ads on TV and on different social media platforms. All of these during pandemic. Aside from that, I've seen a lot of people… Continue reading It’s the little things that matter.
Instructions on How to Disappear by Gabriela Lee is published in 2016 by Visprint, Inc. Some of the stories have been published in some local and international journals. Each story has its own beauty that made me finish reading this book in one sitting. There are several stories in this book. But here are some… Continue reading Instructions on How to Disappear by Gabriela Lee
Dahil Buwan ng Wika, at Buwan ng Akdang Pinoy ang Agosto, isusulat ko sa Filipino ang rebyu para sa aklat na pinamagatang Hinugot sa Tadyang na isinulat ni Lualhati Bautista. Sa pamagat pa lang, masasabi mong nagpapahayag ng peminismo ang akdang ito. Lahat ng anim na kabanata ay isang paglalarawan sa danas ng babae bilang… Continue reading Hinugot sa Tadyang ni Lualhati Bautista Book Review
After reading three self-help Korean books, I have decided to read Love for Imperfect Things. Again, it is written by a Korean. He is a monk named Haemin Sunim. He is also the author of The Things You Can See Only When You Slow Down. This book is published by Penguin; hence, we can only… Continue reading Love for Imperfect Things Book Review 2021
Paghilom Book is live on Shopee! As of this writing, I have signed and written personal dedication on 103 books. 103 orders is definitely unexpected. When I planned about this self-publishing thing, I only estimated about 50 orders. But, I've received more than 100 orders here! Unexpected. Photo taken by @anjnttms on Instagram. What are… Continue reading My thoughts after self-publishing my book