What Am I To You: Episode 4

by Kath C. Eustaquio-Derla It’s been a week since the Tagaytay escape. I’m not even sure if I should call it an escape. It seems, at least to me, that I walked right back into a trap. I am back at the office. Today, I’m wearing tasteful work dress on a Friday night. For someone who…

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#romanceclass: Romance’s wide, open spaces

by Bianca Mori Here’s what I know: I love romance. I love all the trope conventions: the meet-cute, the escalating tension, the conflict, the love-making (THIS) and the all-important happily ever after. It’s a pleasure to read, and a well-done romance can be satisfying like nothing else. A well-constructed romance can also deliver smart social commentary.…

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What Am I To You: Episode 3

by Kath C. Eustaquio-Derla My college life was split in half: the one before Matthew and the years after it. When I graduated from college, I told myself I was closing a phase. Four years later, who would have thought that I never really got out of the same rabbit hole. Am I the same girl…

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